Securing Windows NT/2000 Servers for the Internet

Precomplied Versions of Software Described in this Book

OpenSSH v2.1. The Secure Shell (SSH) is a suite of programs that allows a user to log on to, or execute commands on, another computer over the network. SSH also lets you copy files to and from a remote host. This is all done is a secure manner -- hence the name Secure Shell. Here are the OpenSSH v2.1 binaries (with TCP Wrapper support) and the necessary Cygwin tools.

NTP-4.0.99g. The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of computers with a reference time source. Here are the NTP-4.0.99g binaries.

More Tools and Source Code

Virtual Network Computing (VNC) binaries and source code can be downloaded from rhe VNC web site.

NTSyslog is an Event Log to Syslog agent. It can be downloaded from the Sabernet web site.

OpenSSH. You will need the following tools if you want to download a newer version of OpenSSH and compile it yourself.

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