SpeedSSH: Accelerating Secure Connections With SSH WebSocket And CDN

What is Speed SSH ?


In today's fast-paced digital world, the need for secure and efficient network connections is more critical than ever. SSH (Secure Shell) has long been the go-to protocol for secure communication and data transfer. However, as network demands evolve, new techniques and technologies emerge to optimize performance and enhance security. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the innovative concept of SpeedSSH, its compatibility with SSH protocols like Dropbear and OpenSSH, and the pivotal role played by WebSocket and Content Delivery Networks (CDN) in turbocharging network connectivity.

SpeedSSH: The Need for Accelerated Connections

SpeedSSH, often referred to as "Speed SSH," represents a novel approach to SSH connectivity. It aims to not only provide secure communication but also enhance the speed and efficiency of SSH connections. This optimization is achieved through a combination of efficient protocols, intelligent routing, and powerful network infrastructure.

Exploring SSH Protocols: Dropbear and OpenSSH

SSH's reputation for security and versatility is rooted in its underlying protocols. Two of the most prominent SSH protocols are Dropbear and OpenSSH, each with distinct characteristics:

  1. Dropbear: Dropbear is a lightweight, open-source SSH server and client designed for resource-constrained environments. Its efficiency and small footprint make it an ideal choice for embedded systems, routers, and devices with limited computational resources. Dropbear excels at resource optimization while providing essential SSH functionalities.

  2. OpenSSH: OpenSSH is an open-source implementation of the SSH protocol suite, renowned for its robustness, security features, and widespread use across various platforms. It offers a comprehensive feature set and often serves as the default SSH server on Unix-like operating systems. OpenSSH's versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of applications.

The choice between Dropbear and OpenSSH depends on the specific needs and resource constraints of your environment. Dropbear's efficiency shines in resource-limited scenarios, while OpenSSH's versatility makes it ideal for broader deployments.

SpeedSSH and WebSocket: A Dynamic Duo

WebSocket is a protocol that facilitates full-duplex, real-time communication between a client and a server over a single, long-lived connection. While SSH traditionally relies on standard TCP connections, integrating WebSocket into the SpeedSSH framework offers several compelling advantages:

  1. Bypassing Network Restrictions: In environments where standard SSH ports are restricted or blocked, SSH over WebSocket can utilize common HTTP(S) ports, making it less likely to be detected or obstructed.

  2. Enhanced Stealth: SSH over WebSocket disguises SSH traffic as regular HTTP(S) traffic, making it challenging for network administrators to distinguish it from typical web traffic. This added layer of obfuscation can be invaluable for circumventing strict network policies.

  3. Reliability: Websockets are engineered for continuous, persistent connections, reducing the likelihood of SSH sessions being interrupted due to network fluctuations. This ensures uninterrupted access to remote systems.

  4. Versatility: SSH over WebSocket works seamlessly with various SSH clients and servers, allowing for a smooth transition to this enhanced communication method.

Unlocking Speed with Content Delivery Networks (CDN)

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are an integral part of modern internet infrastructure, designed to optimize content delivery and enhance network performance. CDNs such as Akamai, Cloudflare, and Amazon CloudFront play a pivotal role in boosting the speed and reliability of SSH connections:

  1. Latency Reduction: CDNs strategically place servers worldwide, reducing the physical distance between users and SSH servers. This reduction in latency results in faster SSH connections and improved user experiences.

  2. Load Balancing: CDNs can distribute SSH traffic across multiple servers, ensuring optimal resource utilization and scalability. This load balancing enhances SSH performance, especially during high-traffic periods.

  3. Security Enhancements: Many CDNs offer Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection, Web Application Firewalls (WAFs), and SSL/TLS encryption, safeguarding SSH connections from potential attacks and threats.

  4. Global Accessibility: CDNs provide global accessibility, enabling users to access SpeedSSH services from various regions with minimal latency. This global reach ensures reliable and efficient connections.

Incorporating CDNs into the SpeedSSH infrastructure optimizes both performance and security, making it an ideal choice for those looking to accelerate their network connectivity.


In an era where speed and security are paramount, SpeedSSH represents a groundbreaking approach to SSH connectivity. By combining the strengths of efficient SSH protocols like Dropbear and OpenSSH with the versatility of WebSocket and the power of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), users can navigate the digital landscape with unprecedented speed and security.

The choice between Dropbear and OpenSSH allows organizations to tailor their SSH implementations to specific resource constraints and application requirements. SpeedSSH provides a unique opportunity to enhance network connectivity by optimizing SSH protocols for speed and efficiency.

WebSocket integration into SSH connections brings an additional layer of stealth and reliability, making it an attractive choice for users seeking to bypass network restrictions and maintain secure, uninterrupted access to remote systems.

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) play a pivotal role in the SpeedSSH ecosystem by reducing latency, enhancing security, and enabling global accessibility. As our digital world continues to evolve, the synergy between SpeedSSH, WebSocket, and CDNs empowers users to navigate the digital landscape with confidence, ensuring that their online connections remain secure, reliable, and lightning-fast.

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SSH Supported Protocol

  • OpenSSH over SSl/TLS Connection
  • Dropbear over SSL/TLS Connection
  • SSH Websocket
  • SSH CDN Cloudflare
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  • SSH over DNS (SlowDNS or DNSTT)
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To use SSH tunneling, you need to have an SSH client installed on your local computer and access to an SSH server. You can then use the SSH client to establish a secure connection to the SSH server and configure the tunneling settings.

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  • Putty
  • Bitvise SSH Client
  • HTTP Net Header (Official Software) for Windows
  • [G] Tunnel (Official Software) for Windows
  • Netmod for Android / Windows
  • HTTP Injector for Android
  • HTTP Custom for Android
  • KPN Tunnel Rev for Android
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There are many different ways to use SSH tunneling, depending on your needs. For example, you might use an SSH tunnel to securely access a remote network, bypassing a firewall or other security measures. Alternatively, you might use an SSH tunnel to securely access a local network resource from a remote location, such as a file server or printer.

SSH tunneling is a powerful tool for securely accessing remote servers and services, and it is widely used in situations where a secure connection is necessary but not available directly.

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