Obscure Login

If you have an Obscure account, and you want to use the command line tools offered by our Linux server, you need to login using one of several available methods.

There are several ways to login to the obscure.org server -- any SSH client will work. SSH is an encrypted login protocol that replaces telnet.

We recommend that you install an SSH client on your computer, such as PuTTY. Obscure maintains a list of SSH resources that may help you if PuTTY is not suitable for you.

Set up your SSH client to connect to shell.obscure.org.

If you can't install software on the computer you are on, you can try to use one of these Java clients to login:

SSHTerm SSH Client

SSHTerm is full-featured, but it requires a 1.4-compatible JVM to be integrated with your browser.

Mindterm SSH Client

Mindterm will work with just about any JVM, but it lacks some significant features (such as working cut-and-paste).