Difference between SSH Tunnel / Proxy and VPN in terms of security

Summary

+ SSH Tunneling vs Proxy vs VPN
– Security
– Usage Scenarios
– Advantages & Limitations

Introduction

+ What is SSH Tunnel?
+ What is a Proxy?
+ What is a VPN?
– Difference in Terms of Security
+ SSH Tunneling
– Encryption and Authentication
– Data Integrity
– Access Control
+ Proxy
– Encryption and Authentication
– Data Integrity
– Access Control
+ VPN
– Encryption and Authentication
– Data Integrity
– Access Control
– Usage Scenarios
+ SSH Tunneling
– Remote Access to Network Resources
– Secure Communication over Insecure Networks
+ Proxy
– Unblocking Geo-restricted Content
– Bypassing Internet Censorship
+ VPN
– Secure Remote Access
– Hiding IP Address
– Bypassing Geo-Restrictions
– Advantages & Limitations
+ SSH Tunneling
– Advantages
– Easy to Set up and Use
– Provides Strong Encryption
– Can be Used for Multiple Protocols
– Limitations
– Limited to Single Host or Port
– Does not Hide IP Address
+ Proxy
– Advantages
– Easy to Set up and Use
– Can be Used for Multiple Protocols
– Can be Configured to Bypass Certain Websites
– Limitations
– Data Transmitted is not Encrypted
– Limited Speed due to Extra Hop
+ VPN
– Advantages
– Provides Strong Encryption
– Hides IP Address and Location
– Can be Used for Multiple Protocols
– Limitations
– May Slow Down Internet Speed
– May Require Additional Configuration

Conclusion

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