Using WinSCP with public key authentication

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/security/how-to-use-winscp-with-public-key-authentication/5191

This is the link about something interesting I found. It talks how to use WinSCP with public key authentication. Because most of people care about their security, of course they want to determine security of WinSCP. WinSCP is SFTP client that using in windows and it supports SCP protocol. Its main function is that copying safety files between local and remote computers. But using WinSCP with public key authentication is an interesting thing, and it is more convenience than before. Actually, it should be done with an external tool, likes PuTTYgen application. It will protect yourself from closed source SSH environments when connecting to a secure Unix system using an SSH client on MS Windows. This article can teach you how to use WinSCP with public key authentication.

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