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SSHVnc

SSHVnc is a standalone Java VNC viewer that secures VNC access by integrating the popular TightVNC viewer with the SSHTools Java SSH API. It features a clean and easy to use interface, simplifying the complicated processes currently used to secure the VNC protocol through SSH port forwarding.

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  •  03 Oct 2003 21:52

    Release Notes: This release sees the integration of the secure VNC viewer with the SSH terminal, SFTP client, and port forwarding manager. A number of toolbar buttons has been provided to launch these applications which connect over and share the same SSH connection, removing the need to authenticate numerous times. The configuration process for Windows/Unix-based VNC servers has also been greatly simplified.

    •  03 Oct 2003 21:30

      Release Notes: This release sees the integration of the secure VNC viewer with the SSH terminal, SFTP client, and port forwarding manager. A number of toolbar buttons has been provided to launch these applications which connect over and share the same SSH connection, removing the need to authenticate numerous times. The configuration process for Windows/Unix-based VNC servers has also been greatly simplified.

      •  09 Sep 2003 13:27

        Release Notes: This release marks a change in the software's distribution policy. The installation is now catered for using the ZeroG installer, providing distributions for Linux and Windows, with and without the Java 1.4.2 VM. This release also includes a number of useful configuration options. These include the execution of commands on connect/disconnect, allowing the user to start/stop their VNC server remotely, and predefined settings for low/high bandwidth connections.

        •  29 May 2003 18:04

          Release Notes: This initial release of the SSHVnc signed applet commemorates the first beta release of the SSHVnc application. The majority of the functionality of the application is present in this applet distribution.

          •  29 May 2003 17:49

            Release Notes: This release contains several improvements to the user interface to bring it up to beta standard. The password change dialog and authentication banners are fixed, the applet parameter disableHostKeyVerification is fixed, and the GUI dialog shows allowed/denied hosts available from tools menu. There are general framework application improvements and J2SSH bugfixes.

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