How to use SCP to transfer files from local to server

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Scp stands for secure copy and its means of securely transferring files between two machines on a network. It is a file transfer network protocol. SCP uses Secure Shell (SSH) mechanisms for data transfer and authentication to ensure the confidentiality of the data in transit. Why use Scp? Using Scp you can copy a file or directory: From your local system to a remote system. Continue Reading