ssh (Secure Shell client)
ssh2_config (client configuration file)
sftp (secure file transfer)
scp (secure file copy)
ssh-keygen (key generation utility)
ssh-agent (key agent)
ssh-add (add identities to the agent)
ssh-askpass (X11 passphrase utility)
ssh-certtool (certificate management utility)
ssh-certview (certificate viewing utility)
By default, client executables are installed to /usr/bin. (On Linux ssh-askpass is installed to /usr/libexec.) The global client configuration file is installed to /etc/ssh2/.
The Reflection for Secure IT server includes all of the client features listed above plus the following Secure Shell server features.
sshd (Secure Shell daemon)
sshd2_config (server configuration file)
A host public/private key pair (see note below)
sftp-server (file transfer subsystem used by the server)
By default, the sshd server is installed to /usr/sbin. The sftp-server is installed to /usr/bin. (On Linux sftp-server is installed to /usr/libexec.) The server configuration file is installed to /etc/ssh2.
Arcfour, Arcfour128, and Arcfour256 (stream mode)
TripleDES (168-bit) CBC mode
Cast (128-bit) CBC mode
Blowfish (128-bit) CBC mode
AES, also known as Rijndael (128-, 192-, or 256-bit) CBC mode and CTR mode
Server command options: sshd