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Secure Shell Host (SSH) is perhaps the most expert security feature used to look after the web communication methods. There are encrypted channels present through which users can access different computers over the Internet and carry out certain specific commands from a distant place. SSH protects the transfer process of digital content between computers connected through the internet. This process also prevents hackers from stealing your valuable data. http://blog.eukhost.com/webhosting/f...ebsite-secure/
What I mean is without using SSL(https), is that my http website is also encrypted when some other users are using it? Is SSH is doing the same in https? What I mean is you can use this ssh to make your site encrypted to others while they are accessing your website so the hackers cannot get important data on your site?