Tip of the week: securing your Bamboo remote agents

July 9th 2015 John Garcia in Tip of the Week, Bamboo

This week's tip comes from the Bamboo documentation, with some extra explanation provided by Rafael from the Bamboo support team. We always recommend taking the steps to secure publicly-accessible hosts to prevent unauthorized access or packet capture.

The best way to secure the Bamboo remote agents and their transmission channels is the use of secure shell (otherwise known as SSH) for data encryption when using insecure networks. Read on about Securing your remote agents in our documentation, then be sure to check out the extra notes found in the Bamboo Knowledge Base.

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