If you are looking for VNC, you have come to the right place. We explain what VNC is and point you to the official download.
What is VNC?
VNC is a program that allows its users to remotely gain control and access their devices. It has a user base that ranges from individuals, to big companies. These people utilize the technology for a wide variety of applications. Its features include patented algorithms which are used for encoding screen data. This allows users’ experience to be as seamless as their network connection’s capability.
They will be able to build connections between computers which run in a combination of Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and UNIX operating systems. Connections can be encrypted through 128-bit AES. This can mean that all data sent to either directions while making connections are resistant to tampering and packet sniffing, man-in-the-middle attacks, and other forms of eavesdropping. This program can also authorize its users to connect by using their user accounts’. However, passwords are always encrypted, even if the encryption feature is switched off, or not supported. Connected users can move their files in both directions, and share them to other users who are also connected into this program. Users can print their files straight to the printers which are connected to their own computers.
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File types supported by VNC
About file types supported by VNC
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Last updated: : September 4, 2014