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  Secure copy: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy or SCP is a means of securely transferring computer file[For more, click on this link]s between a local and a remote host server quick summary:
SCP is the secure analog of the rcp command.
A security protocol (or cryptographic protocol) is an abstract or concrete protocol that performs a information securitysecurity-related function and applies...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/se/secure_copy.htm   (1110 words)

  
 Secure copy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Secure Copy or SCP is a means of securely transferring computer files between a local and a remote host or between two remote hosts, using the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol.
Unlike rcp, data is encrypted during transfer, to avoid potential packet sniffers extracting usable information from the data packets.
Thus the download is server-driven, which imposes a security risk, when connected to a malicious server.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Secure_copy   (410 words)

  
 ScriptLogic ® - Secure Copy™
Secure Copy™ is a powerful and comprehensive data migration solution that automates the copying of data between Windows NT/2000/2003 servers without agents or scripts.
Secure Copy not only copies files and folders, but also migrates NTFS permissions, file shares, file share permissions, local users and groups, and compression settings.
Secure Copy’s multi-threaded high-speed architecture simplifies and shortens migration projects, together with its ability to transparently overcome file ownership problems and automatically retry unavailable files.
www.scriptlogic.com /products/securecopy   (185 words)

  
 Trusted Computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Unlike the common definition of 'trust', security experts define a trusted system to be one which has to be trusted for the security of a larger system to hold.
Secure input and output (I/O) refers to a protected path between the computer user and the software with which they believe they are interacting.
Secure I/O reflects a hardware and software protected and verified channel, using checksums to verify that the software used to do the I/O has not been tampered with.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trusted_Computing   (3458 words)

  
 Secure Copy FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy allows you to define a job, which is to set a source path, a target path, and copy options so that you can use the job in the future, either on-demand or scheduled.
Copying files from one place to another is often thought of as a one-way process.
Secure Copy does not currently support running saved jobs from a service, which means that the server which will run the scheduled job must be logged in.
www.sunbelt-software.com /evaluation/789/web/documents/sec-copy-faq.htm   (1110 words)

  
 Pineda Network :: Secure Copy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy is a file transfer tool that enables you to do local and network transfer with resume support.
If you have ever copied large amounts of data from one machine to another, you know that it can be time consuming and often slow down computer performance.
Secure Copy version 2.3 is what we denote as the "revisited" version.
www.pineda.no /products/securecopy   (536 words)

  
 ScriptLogic at WhiteHat Inc
Secure Copy not only migrates files and folders, but also migrates NTFS permissions, file shares and share permissions, local users and groups, and compression settings.
Unlike copy and xcopy when a file is locked open, Secure Copy marks the file and continues the copy job to completion.
Secure Copy migrates Shares and the associated permissions, as well as Local Users and Groups used to facilitate access.
www.whitehatinc.com /products/scriptlogic/securecopy   (330 words)

  
 Secure Copy
Secure Copy's seamless migration allows an administrator to copy files and directories on NTFS partitions while keeping the security intact, creating shares, and migrating local groups.
This means that if you have a local group Accounting on the source server, Security Explorer will create the same local group on the destination server, add all the members to the group, and migrate the permissions to the destination server s files while copying.
As Secure Copy is moving through folders in your directory hierarchy, it will check each directory to see if it is shared on the source server.
home.intekom.com /atage1/secure_copy.htm   (735 words)

  
 Secure Copy - Powerfull NTFS File Copying for NT Administrators
Secure Copy permits seamless migration, allowing an administrator to copy files and directories on NTFS partitions while keeping the security intact, creating shares, and migrating local groups.
Secure Copy also includes functionality such as differential copying, full command line support, saving multiple jobs, and scheduling jobs to run after hours.
Secure Copy has always supported copying NTFS permissions to a cluster server.
www.ebf.net /products/securecopy/securecopy.htm   (1327 words)

  
 Soft Solutions : 27 February 2001 -- Secure Copy 3.0 Released   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy's seamless migration allows Windows NT/2000 administrators to copy files and directories on NTFS partitions while keeping the security intact, creating shares and migrating local groups.
Secure Copy, v3.0, added the new benefit of multiple destination copying, allowing Windows NT/2000 administrators to copy files from one source server to multiple destinations - all in the same job.
In addition, Secure Copy, version 3.0's new functionality allows administrators to include and exclude specified file types from their copy job, making it easy for those wishing to exclude "TMP" files, or only copy "DOC", and "XLS" files.
www.sofsol.co.nz /p0001731.htm   (465 words)

  
 OIT's Secure Copy (scp) Page
Copying a file, of course, places a duplicate of the original file onto the remote server, while moving the file actually transports the original file from the local computer to the remote computer (meaning it no longer exists on the local computer).
NiftyTelnet 1.1 SSH r3 is one widely used scp client for the Macintosh that augments the original NiftyTelnet with the security of ssh encryption This enhanced version of NiftyTelnet (which is installed on ECS lab Macs) may be downloaded freely, and is relatively simple to use.
Measurement of the Usage of Several Secure Internet Protocols from Internet Traces (pdf document): This concise paper from the University of California, San Diego includes empirical evidence of the relative uses of secure vs. unsecure protocols, such as FTP and scp.
www.umbc.edu /oit/sans/helpdesk/scpguide.html   (1155 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
You can use secure copy in order to copy your data from one location to another.
Secure shell (ssh) is then called to open a connection to the machine Horus, where you'll be prompted for your LIONS password.
This is by far the easiest method of copying your data into your home home directory in DFS space.
www.lions.odu.edu /ldoc/copydfs.html   (923 words)

  
 Test and Copy better than Secure in EAC? - Hydrogenaudio Forums
Secure mode on the other hand causes the CRC match to be likely; on scratched CDs secure mode may produce the same wrong result several times and cause matching CRCs.
In secure mode EAC is comparing two reads and confirming they're identical before it moves onto the audio segment.
Secure AND Test and Copy would be the slowest of all, and a bit too anal for my tastes.
www.hydrogenaudio.org /forums/index.php?showtopic=29449   (2744 words)

  
 Free SSH and SCP for Windows 9x, NT, ME, 2000 and XP
If you want to access remote servers securely from Windows 9x, NT, ME, 2000 or XP and don't want to pay for programs that are freely available for UNIX-like platforms, you may find this document useful.
Both programs use the SSH protocol to establish a secure connection and to encrypt all data passing between the client and the server.
Copying files securely to/from the remote machine is as simple as dragging and dropping, (or cutting and pasting), files in the WinSCP windows.
www.jfitz.com /tips/ssh_for_windows.html#Automatic_login   (3407 words)

  
 Secure Copy
The behavior of SCP is similar to that of remote copy (rcp), which comes from the Berkeley r-tools suite, except that SCP relies on SSH for security.
Framework of security services that provide the method for identifying users (authentication), for remote access control (authorization), and for collecting and sending security server information used for billing, auditing, and reporting (accounting).
The protocol secures the sessions using standard cryptographic mechanisms, and the application can be used similarly to the Berkeley rexec and rsh tools.
www.cisco.com /univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122newft/122t/122t2/ftscp.htm#wp1027195   (931 words)

  
 PNLTools.com
Secure Copy does not do anything that the Administrator running Secure Copy does not have permission to do.
A: Secure Copy is licensed by the total number of source and destination servers.
Secure Copy licenses can only be used with the servers they are purchased for.
www.pnltools.com /printproduct.asp?PRODUCTID=48   (824 words)

  
 Secure Copy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The scp (secure copy) program is used to copy files from system to system taking advantage of the security provided by ssh.
This scp setup should be performed as a part of the normal setup by the dba area of a new machine or a new oracle user since several of the dba scripts utilize scp to move files between servers.
If you are setting up scp to copy to a new target system, then skip to step 7 to move the public key to the new system, and complete the setup steps that follow.
www.jmu.edu /computing/dba/DBA3020.html   (571 words)

  
 Secure Copy - part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
in the current directory on polaris will be copied to your login area on sadira.
Copy a remote file from a subdirectory on zia to polaris:
Copy a remote file on sadira to a remote file on zia
www.cv.nrao.edu /~pmurphy/Talks/scp/part_02.shtml   (107 words)

  
 Enterprise Systems | ScriptLogic Releases Dramatic Performance Improvements in Secure Copy 4.0 Server Migration Solution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy 4.0 features an enhanced user interface and a new multi-threaded engine to maximize performance when executing copy jobs on large quantities of servers, and provides IT administrators with the ability to request the automatic retry of failed copy jobs.
Data Replication: Secure Copy 4.0 speeds up the data replication process between locations or onto back-up servers as a preparation for disaster recovery, and ensures that security on backup file servers is identical to that on the primary file server.
Secure Copy 4.0 is available immediately and is sold on a “named server” basis­licenses are sold for every source and destination server.
www.esj.com /vendor_news/article.aspx?EditorialsID=453   (745 words)

  
 NDSU Physics: SSH and SCP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Shell (SSH) is a program to log into another computer over a network, to execute commands in a remote machine, and to move files from one machine to another.
Secure Copy is a way to copy files across a network, enhanced with the security of the ssh protocol.
You can also copy a file from a remote computer to the computer you're currently logged into.
www.physics.ndsu.nodak.edu /linux/sshscp.htm   (343 words)

  
 Secure Remote Access to Your Account from Linux   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Copy the local file myfile.txt to the directory called "tmp" in the home directory of "bob" on verdi.
To copy all the files from a directory on a remote machine to your local computer in a directory called "tmp".
Some useful tags are -r (recursive), which recursively copies directories, and -v (verbose), which outputs the progress of the command.
docs.cs.byu.edu /docs/remote/4.php   (563 words)

  
 Secure Linux/UNIX access with PuTTY and OpenSSH
Many users have implemented Secure Shell (ssh) to provide protected access to a remote Linux system, but don't realize that by allowing password authentication, they are still open to brute-force attacks from anywhere on the internet.
Secure Shell provides multiple methods for copying files from one machine to another, all working together with the same keys and agents.
Users at the command line may wish to copy files directly, and this is done with pscp, the Secure Copy command.
www.unixwiz.net /techtips/putty-openssh.html   (3596 words)

  
 INTERNET (SCP) : ed-IT Network Operations - The University of Melbourne
SCP is a more secure replacement for the more common FTP (File Transfer Protocol) Application.
SCP stands for Secure CoPy and is a protocol for transferring files to or from a remote host.
It uses SSH as the low-level communications protocol and therefore benefits from the security present in SSH.
extranet.edfac.unimelb.edu.au /ed-it_ops/internet/scp   (428 words)

  
 scp -- secure copy (remote file copy program)
Any file name may contain a host and user specification to indicate that the file is to be copied to/from that host.
Secure copy only works when connecting to a machine that is running an OpenSSH derived secure shell service.
The secure copy client does not handle wildcards.
www.mkssoftware.com /docs/man1/scp.1.asp   (247 words)

  
 Secure Image Express : Copy protect the images on your web site.
Copy protect the images on your web site using image encryption and domain lock.
Secure Image uses image encryption with Domain Lock to prevent direct saving, right mouse saving, direct downloading and bandwidth theft.
Secure Image can be used to protect images when displayed on a web page on the web, from a CD, or even when sending the page by email.
fileprofile.com /Graphics/other/secure_image_2_1   (327 words)

  
 What's Hot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy can delete target files that you've removed from the source, retain the source file's Last Accessed Date and Created Date, use NTFS compression on the target, synchronize file shares, and replicate Local Groups and Users to either the target server, AD, or an NT domain.
Secure Copy enabled us to migrate the data, groups, and shares, including all permissions, to the member server.
Secure Copy also filters files by folder name, file extension, date modified, size, and recursive folder depth.
www.windowsitpro.com /Windows/Article/ArticleID/44713/44713.html   (1560 words)

  
 Server Consolidation Software   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Secure Copy had transferred all files and folders and had correctly set all permissions.
Secure Copy doesn't modify users' accounts to point to the new profile locations, which means you need to make changes manually or use another product to make the changes.
In an environment where security is controlled by local groups on file servers, my experience suggests that these programs become nothing more than a GUI for Robocopy, which is part of the NT resource kit to begin with.
www.windowsitpro.com /Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=20652&pg=5   (1316 words)

  
 Burst Test & Copy Vs Secure Copy - the definitive answer - Digital-Inn
I have been using Test and Copy in Burst mode, using the CRCs as the sole indicator for the rip's accuracy, for a while now.
In secure mode, EAC calculates a 32-Bit CRC for each read stroke (26 sectors) and then re-reads and compares CRC values.
In test and copy mode (no matter what basic read mode is used), CRC's will be calculated for a test run and the copy run...
www.digital-inn.de /exact-audio-copy-english/28104-burst-test-copy-vs-secure-copy-definitive-answer.html   (1198 words)

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