SSH File Extension

File Type

Data Fellows Secure Shell Document




Misc Files





Details about the SSH file

SSH is the extension given to files that are used in 1 operating systems such as: Windows. SSH files are most often associated with the F-Secure Internet Security program. This is an application developed by F-Secure. In addition, the programs can be used to open files with the SSH extension.

SSH files fall under the Misc Files category. Files of a different type with the extension SSH can be encountered on various operating systems, and their number is 6033. Data Fellows Secure Shell Document is a file whose format was originally developed for the F-Secure Internet Security application by F-Secure. This particular Data Fellows Secure Shell Document file was most likely generated by the F-Secure Internet Security program.

Our tools for working with the SSH file

SSH File Extension

SSH File Tools

What tools you can use?

We provide some of the most important tools for working with the SSH file. They will help you use your SSH file in the way you want. You can easily convert the file, preview its contents, or open and edit any SSH file.

SSH File Opener

One of the most used tools is SSH opener. You will learn a few ways to open your SSH file. Opening the SSH file allows you not only to view its contents, but also to perform various processes and changes to the file.

SSH File Viewer

To view the contents of the SSH file use the SSH Viewer tool instead of installing special software. Go to the subpage, select your SSH file you want to view and our tool will show you what the file contains

SSH File Converter

You can always try to convert the SSH file if you have problems with any operations. The SSH file converted to the new format may have more options for editing or processing the data contained in it.

SSH File Editor

If you want to edit the content of SSH file, please use SSH editor. If you need to be able to edit the SSH file as much as possible, then it is best to install special software designed for this purpose. Go to our editor to learn more about editing the SSH file.



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