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PuTTY 0.67 (518 kB, 531.368 bytes)
MD5 Hash: ba78410702f0cc8453da1afbb2a8b670

Release Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016

PuTTY is a free SSH, Telnet and Rlogin client for 32-bit Windows systems. SSH, Telnet and Rlogin are three ways of doing the same thing: logging in to a multi-user computer from another computer, over a network. Multi-user operating systems, such as Unix and VMS, usually present a command-line interface to the user, much like the Command Prompt or MS-DOS Prompt in Windows. The system prints a prompt, and you type commands which the system will obey. Using this type of interface, there is no need for you to be sitting at the same machine you are typing commands to. The commands and responses, can be sent over a network, so you can sit at one computer and give commands to another one, or even to more than one. SSH, Telnet and Rlogin are network protocols that allow you to do this. On the computer you sit at, you run a client, which makes a network connection to the other computer (the server). The network connection carries your keystrokes and commands from the client to the server and carries the server's responses back to you. These protocols can also be used for other types of keyboard-based interactive session. In particular, there are a lot of bulletin boards, talker systems and MUDs (Multi-User Dungeons) which support access using Telnet. There are even a few that support SSH.

Developer: Simon Tatham