MockSSH - Mock an SSH server and define all commands it supports (Python, Twisted)

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Mock an SSH server and all commands it supports. This project was developed to emulate operating systems behind SSH servers in order to test task automation without having access to the real servers.

https://github.com/ncouture/MockSSH

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