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Termius is a client terminal which has built-in Telnet and SSH, it was formerly known as Serverauditor, and it is cross-platform available for Linux, Windows, Mac, iOS and Android, it offers full Terminal emulation on all your devices. You can run multiple concurrent terminal sessions with SSH, Telnet and Mosh. It has a robust emulation environment with full Emacs, Vim and MC support. Special characters, colors and command line tools work exactly how you’d expect them to.

You don't have to worry about infrastructure and credentials, since they are organized very well and logically. It comes with powerful organization features. Combine a collection of hosts into a group with shared settings, easily configured at the top level. Effortlessly find what you’re looking for with tagging, search and rich previews.
Secure Sync AES-256: Hosts, Port Forwarding rules, Snippets and Keys (optional) can be synced across your all devices. All data is client-side encrypted, with zero knowledge cloud storage and 2FA.
Some little features that can help a lot and time savers like autocomplete, quick connect, snippets and history save you seconds every session, minutes every day and hours every week.



  • Cross-platform available for Linux, Windows, Mac, iOS and Android
  • Secure sync with AES-256 encryption
  • Password and key authentication, Also support 2FA
  • Connect to multiple hosts
  • Organize hosts using Tags and Groups
  • Infrastructure and credentials, organized logically
  • Support for port forwarding
  • Color schemes and changeable fonts
  • Export and import keys
  • Quickly execute multiple sudo commands
  • Code Snippets
  • SFTP support

Termius is available as snap package from snappy store, it can be installed on Ubuntu 17.10 Artful/17.04 Zesty/16.04 Xenial/14.04 Trusty
To Install Termius SSH client in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:

To remove Termius run this command:

There are plenty of tools and services available to surf web as anonymous but most of them makes your Internet speed slow and you may don't have fast Internet. Proxies are known to surf web anonymously. Actually proxies act just like a filter between your device and rest of the web. I don't use any 3rd party proxy (even it's paid) because in computer security you can't trust anyone. When you use a 3rd party proxy, you deliberately choose (and assume) to trust the proxy owner: (s)he can log, store and save anything that is passing through. 3rd Party proxies are controlled by some random unknown people: if you use a proxy, keep in mind that the proxy owner can log everything you are doing, can catch credit card numbers, can hijack website sessions you logged in, etc.
I am not saying everybody out there is not trusted, there are some trusted companies who provide VPN services (Paid) but you must read their TOS (Terms of service) before using them. Also you should know VPN decrease the Internet speed which is quite noticeable.
Install Ubuntu Server Manager utility in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring/Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal/Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/11.10 Oneiric/11.04/10.10/10.04/Linux Mint

Ubuntu Server Manager is a Graphical-User-Interface to install and manage (Apache 2, MySQL, Proftpd, Samba, Monitorix, SSH, Nagios, Webmin) and to monitor the server log activity.
There are several other options for services like: Net activity viewer, Update dynamic IP, Putty for ssh, Open Ports to see server open connections, Logs, Clear logs option, Localhost scan using Nmap, Perform scan of IP/Domain name using Nmap, RKhunter to check if system is effected with rootkit, Firewall configuration option, Open apache www default folder as root, Webalizer to generate report of site.
This utility only manage local machine.

To install services Go to Help & Install > About & Install Servers 
ubuntu server manager

Installation and removal of services
ubuntu server

To install Ubuntu-Server-Manager in Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
That's it