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Re: [PLUG] Remote XP ... Re: Edit Windows Registry from Linux LiveCD?
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 12:13 PM, Edmond Rodriguez <email@example.com> wrote:
I only know a little about VNC now, but I would like to see the following in addition to extreme ease for the person being helped to run it.
Both parties agree on a password, verbally or through messenger, even email.
The viewer software (helper) asks its user for the password, encrypts it (using self contained software for more portability?), then sends it to the server (helpee). The sever software asks its user for the password, encrypts it, and compares it to the transmitted encryption from the viewer. If they match the server can continue. If not, do not allow a connection. That would remove the possibility of moving forward with an unintended connection.
>To: Philadelphia Linux User's Group Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Thu, January 14, 2010 9:59:39 AM
>Subject: Re: [PLUG] Remote XP ... Re: Edit Windows Registry from Linux LiveCD?
>>I got the non encrypted choice to work just fine. But there is no shared secret to get it going (even if not encrypted). That kind of bothers me, since a user may try and run it again, when the IP address targeting the viewer is no longer mine. Though perhaps a remote possibility, what happens if someone else with that IP has a viewer running and a person wanting help tries to run the preconfiguredexe to that IP? There does not seem to be protection, like a shared secret, to prevent undesired connections.
>Ahh I guess I didn't read the fine print about the Windows client...I see people in the UltraVNC forum trying to work around it with Linux as well. Bummer.
>Anyone used Yuuguu? It's supposed to provide instant screen sharing, collaboration between Mac, Linux, Windows. Another product I haven't used but it looks like it may solve your issue:
>On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 3:09 AM, Edmond Rodriguez <email@example.com
>On a local network (No NATS), I got UltraVNC SC (non encrypted) to work fine. I am running the viewer in Linux with Wine.
>>I also tried xvncviewer on Linux, which I don't know well. It accepted the connection, but never showed me a display. That may just be a learning curve for me if it should have worked at all.
>>I was not able to test the encrypted mode, because there seems to be a problem with Wine and the MSRC4 plugin when using the UltraVNC viewer. Google searches seem to acknowledge that problem when using Wine.
>>I guess I would need to try two XP's (which is off topic to write about? ) or figure out how to get a viewer in Linux to deal with MSRC4 from UltraVNC SC.
reverse vnc ftw
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