While SSH is a powerful tool for controlling a computer remotely, not all applications can be run over the command line. Some apps (like Firefox) and hacking tools (like Airgeddon) require opening multiple X windows to function, which can be accomplished by taking advantage of built-in graphical X forwarding for SSH.

SSH, or the secure shell, is the de-facto way or accessing a computer remotely, allowing anyone to log in and administer a computer over a local or remote network. Many useful apps can be controlled this way, but those requiring an interactive window aren’t able to open when… more


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