B wrote:Ohh. Interesting. Yes, Chunk uses the RC4 plugin, but its reliance on predefined shared keys always worries me.
So your project is intended to bypass firewalls that would otherwise block <b>outgoing</b> VNC connections.
Technically that's interesting. And not to be a complete dick about... but if an organization has gone out of its way to specifically block outbound VNC connections, isn't it a bit questionable (and dangerous from a staying-employed point of view) to be bypassing that?
I can't really conceive of a situation where that would be "okay" -- would the VNC server operator tell his or her IT department "but I really need to let XYZ control my PC, and the firewall wouldn't let me, so I bypassed company policy"?
Stunnel will connect through the proxy (not just transparent proxies) ... allowing connection with the outside world ... SC (or any reverse VNC) relies on a direct connection to the viewer / repeater, and will not pass through proxied connections (silent proxies maybe, but not a "Proxified" connection where you need to give username & password)B wrote:how is using STunnel significantly different from simply leaving the repeater listening on port 80 or 443 instead? (Since the presumption is the school proxy only allows those ports.) I guess I'm still missing what stunnel is buying us here. Just the fact that the school proxy might also be checking for RFB packets?
JDaus wrote:stunnel would be a great addition to the ChunkVNC arsenal ... in my opinion ...
if only i still used VNC ... (my current employment means hands on, as 99.99% of systems are offline).
:) actually, I started scprompt after I had finished using remote support.B wrote:Kind of ironic; the author of two serious remote control products is spending all his time on non-networked machines!
I have planned to get another GUI working with scprompt, and I may have some time to do it shortly...B wrote:I gather that perhaps your development on SCPrompt (which I still love) has slowed a bit. I had always hoped/planned to use it in conjunction with a static repeater to accomplish something similar to what ChunkVNC is doing. (In fact I probably will still do just that, since it already supports repeaters fine.)
you already have the source code ... its included in the application as a resource. download reshacker and take a look ...B wrote:I remember that SCPrompt's written in AutoIT but I don't see the source code for your executables on your web site any longer?
only one side can use the stunnel connection at once (from memory) as it establishes a tunnel from 443>XXXXbigdessert wrote:This would be extremely useful if both the viewer and the server could go through the https 443 connection.
awesome,I will take a look at xn ... I like open source ... don't know why :pB wrote:XN Resource Editor (open source alternate to ResHacker)
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