Is the SSHTerm utility more secure than regular SSH access?
Years ago, we removed SSH access from our feature list on the advice of our security geeks because this form of access heightened the security vulnerability of the entire server.
But of course from time to time we receive a request for ssh access and frankly I am getting tired of saying "no". So overall, my question is this - Is there a more secure method that we can allow to enable our hosted members to make command line entires to do stuff like untarring and what not?
Thanks very much.