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ssh on pendrive or flashdrive

By acracker ·
Ok, I'm wondering if it is possible to run a ssh server on a pendrive/flashdrive without having to install it? I want to be able to put my flash drive in any Windows machine, open up the containing folder and then double click the ssh server executable and run a server on that system.
I know it is possible to run a web server in this fashion using the popular hfs.exe application so I figured that someone came up with a similar solution for ssh. Is this possible? Thanks for your help.

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dunno, maybe CopSSH could be rigged to work this way?

by robo_dev In reply to ssh on pendrive or flashd ...
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DSL

by Grey Hat Geek In reply to ssh on pendrive or flashd ...

http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/

This can be put on a pen drive, and can run a SSH, FTP, etc server right off the pen drive. Check it out.

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thanks!

by acracker In reply to DSL

This looks promising. It seems like you can do a lot more than just run an SSH server too. Thanks for the link.

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