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  2. Secure Shell - Wikipedia

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    The Secure Shell Protocol (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. Its most notable applications are remote login and command-line execution.

  3. UEFI - Wikipedia

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    When Secure Boot is enabled, it is initially placed in "setup" mode, which allows a public key known as the "platform key" (PK) to be written to the firmware. Once the key is written, Secure Boot enters "User" mode, where only UEFI drivers and OS boot loaders signed with the platform key can be loaded by the firmware.

  4. Web shell - Wikipedia

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    A web shell is a shell-like interface that enables a web server to be remotely accessed, often for the purposes of ... Secure configuration of the web server

  5. Shell - Wikipedia

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    Web shell, interface that enables a web server to be remotely accessed; Read–eval–print loop, also known as a language shell; Shell account, a user account on a remote server; Secure Shell, cryptographic network protocol; Shellsort or Shell sort, a sorting algorithm by Donald Shell; Shell, an empty expert system; Entertainment. Shell

  6. List of Ghost in the Shell characters - Wikipedia

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    She appears briefly in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society, where she remains Prime Minister, and Daisuke Aramaki's immediate superior. In the 1st episode of the series Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, Kayabuki appears in portrait form on the wall of the Public Security Bureau, while Aramaki makes a telephone call to ...

  7. Comparison of command shells - Wikipedia

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    Secure prompt. Some shell scripts need to query the user for sensitive information such as passwords, private digital keys, PIN codes or other confidential information. Sensitive input should not be echoed back to the screen/input device where it could be gleaned by unauthorized persons.

  8. GNOME - Wikipedia

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    GNOME was started on 15 August 1997 by Miguel de Icaza and Federico Mena [] as a free software project to develop a desktop environment and applications for it. It was founded in part because K Desktop Environment, which was growing in popularity, relied on the Qt widget toolkit which used a proprietary software license until version 2.0 (June 1999).

  9. Files transferred over shell protocol - Wikipedia

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    The advantage of FISH is that all it requires on the server-side is an SSH or RSH implementation, Unix shell, and a set of standard Unix utilities (like ls, cat or dd—unlike other methods of remote access to files via a remote shell, scp for example, which requires scp on the server side).