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How to connect via SSH using iCloud's Back To My Mac service

Apple's Back To My Mac service can be used to establish more than Screen and File Sharing services.

By July 30, 2013


SSH tip: Send commands remotely

If needed you can run SSH commands followed by immediately logging out of the remote system.

By October 2, 2012


How to use SSH host names for tabs in the OS X Terminal

The OS X Terminal supports tabs, but its default naming convention may be confusing at times.

By July 18, 2012


Options for file sharing via SSH in OS X

Apple's Remote Login feature in OS X can be used for securely transferring files using several protocols.

By June 28, 2012


SSH service connecting but not authenticating in OS X

Apple's remote log-in and screen-sharing services are convenient troubleshooting options in OS X; however, simple oversights can prevent a connection from occurring.

By January 23, 2012


Create an automatic 'ssh' server menu in the OS X Terminal

If you regularly use "ssh" to establish many remote connections, you might benefit from creating a scripted menu for yourself that contains your server connections.

By July 8, 2011


How to use TextWrangler as a remote file editor

If you need to access a file or two on a remote server running SSH, then you can use TextWrangler's FTP browsing features to quickly do this.

By August 30, 2012


Jailbroken iPhone? SSH installed? Beware of worms!

A worm has been discovered that currently seems to change the background wallpaper of jailbroken iphones as a proof-of-concept attack, but exposes a vulnerability in the iPhone.

By November 9, 2009


Mac OS X OS X 10.5.5 (#3): Address Book freezes; External display problems; SSH not working; Printer issues

More significant issues with this massive update.

By September 17, 2008


iPhone virus hands your phone to Rick Astley

The first iPhone worm is in the wild. So if you have a jailbroken iPhone running SSH, hold on to your hats: you're about to get Rickrolled

By November 9, 2009