On 25.01.2012 00:52, Henri Salo wrote:
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 12:47:28AM +0100, Ben Bucksch wrote:
On 25.01.2012 00:09, Dan Kaminsky wrote:
IP KVM, in which the foreign server basically gets only inbound
Keyboard and Mouse and outbound uncompressed pixels.
That is *precisely* what VNC is: an open-source IP KVM.
What the hell? Seriously..
"It transmits the keyboard and mouse events from one computer to
another, relaying the graphical screen updates back in the other
direction, over a network."
"The VNC protocol (RFB) is very simple, based on one graphic primitive
from server to client ('Put a rectangle of pixel data at the specified
X,Y position') and event messages from client to server."
Compare to above.
Now, the part where it defines that clipboard is also a standard part of
VNC... oh, huch, it's not there! (Just a random note that Unicode is
impossible, but not that clipboard is defined as part of the protocol at
all.) Ah, I know... Surely, it must be on
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RFB_protocol>... No, same thing there.