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SSH is two-part program: there is a server, called SSH Daemon and it is contained in binary 'sshd', and also there is a client, you run it as 'ssh'. Server binary usually resides in ../sbin, because it needs to possibly bind to privileged port 22 and therefore is considered superuser-only executable. All your "evidence" shows that the client (ssh) you use ...


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