How to Use SSH to install on your iOS device in Cydia

How to Use SSH
The SSH connection (which we have already discussed in this article on the best tweak of Cydia) is an essential tool for exchanging files and interact with our iDevices. To use it, you must first install on your device IOS SSH Open the utility, available in Cydia Cydia Repo.

Step 1: Open SSH Guide
Open SSH
Open SSH
After you install Open SSH, will be sufficient to enable SSH via SBSettings (recommended, especially since free), or use applications like IOS prompt.
install Open SSH
install Open SSH
Step 2: Guide to connect via SSH

1. Enable the SSH connection and Wi-Fi on your iDevice.

2. Open your SSH client (I use a Mac so that the client is Transmit Board - click here to download), you can recommend WinSCP for Windows - click here to download. Other clients have Cyberduck or PuTTY.
connect via SSH
connect via SSH
3. Go to the Favorites window and click on the "+" found in the section right next to the pencil:
SSH connection
SSH connection
4. Complete the fields by entering the name of your device and controlled as the protocol is set to SFTP.
set to SFTP
set to SFTP
5. Enter now, in the Server IP address of your Wi-Fi (for example 191.65.1.1). To find out, you just open SBSettings. Your IP is indicated by the value of Wi-Fi IP Address.

6. Enter the user name (User Name) that MUST root.

7. Enter the password that MUST Alpine. (Must be set as the password for the first connection and it is common for all devices, then I will explain how to change it completely to make sure your SSH connection).

8. Saved by pressing the Save button.

You can now access your device via SSH, activating the toggle on your device and then connecting it via client.

Step 3: Change the password for the SSH connection

This will allow you to change the password for your SSH connection. Changing the password makes the connection more secure, because by default all devices would be connected instead with the same password alpine.
The procedure is fast and it's worth it!

1. Open your Terminal (Utilities> Terminal)

2.Type the following command line: ssh root @ [your IP address] for example ssh root@191.65.1.1 and press enter.

3. Enter the default password, remember that there is alpine, and press enter.
 your SSH connection
 your SSH connection
4. Type passwd and press enter.
Type passwd and press enter
Type passwd and press enter
5. Choose a new password and press enter.

6. Repeat the new password and press enter.
Repeat the new password
Repeat the new password
That's it! Remember to change the password on the SSH client (in case you enabled the automatic recognition function of the password).

Below a video that shows you the steps on the screen:
Now your iDevice really has no more secrets for you!
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