Posts about SSH

Database connections over SSH

April 7th 2023 SSH DataGrip

In practice, it is not uncommon to have access to only a few ports on a server. If that is the case, the database port is probably not one of them. However, you can still connect to the database as long as you have SSH access to the server. To do this, you need to set up an SSH tunnel.

Dangers of setting SSH path in Git config

March 18th 2022 Git Windows SSH Visual Studio

Using SSH with Git on Windows mostly works out of the box. The .gitignore file allows a lot of additional configuration. The sshCommand in the core section allows you to specify the path and arguments for the ssh.exe command. However, specifying a path there is mostly asking for trouble.

Using Git with SSH in Windows 10

February 21st 2020 Git Windows SSH

Although Git can be used over HTTPS with username and password authentication, it's much more convenient to use over SSH. Now that OpenSSH client is included in Windows 10, SSH can be easily set up without any third-party clients.

Git SSH Key Management with OpenSSH and Putty

February 10th 2017 Git SSH Putty

In Windows, there are two approaches to accessing Git repositories using SSH. Command line Git distribution and posh-git are preconfigured for OpenSSH, while SourceTree by default relies on PuTTY. The two stacks use different formats for storing both private and public keys. Fortunately, there is a way to convert between the formats using PuTTY's key generation utility.