SSHVnc

Establish SSH protected connections to remote desktops

SSHVnc codifies VNC communication with the secure SSH protocol enabling you to remotely control a desktop with the peace of mind that nobody can intercept the packages that are sent. View full description

PROS

  • Simplifies making SSL connections to remote desktops

CONS

  • Limited instructions

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SSHVnc codifies VNC communication with the secure SSH protocol enabling you to remotely control a desktop with the peace of mind that nobody can intercept the packages that are sent.

It's a complicated process to secure a VNC connection via SSC so this is a deceptively powerful program. In a very light package, SSHVnc automatically carries out this job with absolutely no need to know anything about Secure Socket Shell connections (SSH).

The program is handled as a third party client-servant of VNC. You have control over the method of codification, the compression ratio, and other minor security features.

It has a ton of other configurations that allows you to customise the type of connection you are attempting to make. The problem with this however is that unless you've got in depth knowledge of establishing remote connections, you may find yourself lost.

There are very few instructions which does not help matters.

However, if you need to establish a secure remote SSL connection to a remote desktop, this is a good starting point.

SSHVnc is a VNC viewer, written in Java, that combines the TightVNC Viewer with an SSH client. With this app, you can login to your target PC's SSH server and VNC Server at the same time, thereby saving yourself one step in securing the VNC connection.

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SSHVnc 0.1.3