Microsoft Publishes Early OpenSSH For Windows Code
Written by Michael Larabel in Microsoft on 20 October 2015 at 04:03 PM EDT. 24 Comments
MICROSOFT --
As the next step after announcing their intentions to support SSH on Windows and making a sizable donation to OpenBSD/OpenSSH, Microsoft has now released early code for implementing OpenSSH on Windows within PowerShell.

Microsoft has been working with NoMachine on having OpenSSH 7.1 supported. The initial code is now complete and so they've posted it to GitHub as a developer preview.

Microsoft is still working on implementing support for Windows' crypto APIs rather than OpenSSL/LibreSSL and to address POSIX compatibility concerns along with other issues. But a production quality release doesn't seem too far out now, with Microsoft aiming for that to happen in H1'2016.

More details via this MSDN blog post.
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