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Re: vnc server
From: "Scott C. Best" <sbest () best com>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 22:19:28 +0000 (GMT)

        Heyaz. If you'll forgive the self-promotion here...another solution
to (1) securing VNC data transport with strong encryption while at the same
time (2) not having to open any ports for the target PC is to use the EchoWare Remote Support System. Product details here:


        I hope the picture there communicates the idea: both the Viewer
side of the connection and the Target side make a first connection to an
echoServer owned & operated by the support-provider. Any VNC sessions
are then relayed thru the echoServer, where all of the traffic appears
to be "outgoing" from the p.o.v. of any intervening firewalls or routers.

        Hope it helps!


On 1/22/06, Jared Lyvers <jared () lewiscommunications com> wrote:
First off, sorry Simon.  I ment to send this to the list but sent it to
only you instead.

Now, on to my real question.

I'm looking to use VNC on my windows machine for remote logins.

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