Remote Desktop Control is a high-security software. It has a large number of security features that restrict access to the program and defend the computer from an unauthorized remote access. The software uses the following program-defense algorithms:
Algorithm Length of Key (bit)
Some security features are listed below:
Secure authentication and traffic encryption.
All transferred data is encrypted with 128-bit RC4 key. CHAP algorithm is used for authentification.
Account access protection.
Account Password enables you to log into your Account and view the list of your Account computers, change Account properties, etc.
For securing the computer with a working Host Module you should set a unique Access Password. Access Password serves for 2 purposes:
|1.||This password is used to defend computer with Host Module from unauthorized remote access. Remote Admin Module will request it at each connection to the Host Module. Therefore, only person who knows this password will be able to connect to the Host PC remotely.|
|2.||Access Password also can be used to prevent any change in the settings of Host Module by novice users of Host PCs.|
These security features make the program usage absolutely safe.
Allows an access to the Host Module only from specified IP addresses and subnets.
Host Module can work in 2 modes: as the system service or as the simple application.
Service mode provides better protection of Host Module settings from unauthorized change on the Host PC, as administrator privileges will be required for changing them.
Inhibition of Full Control
You can configure Host Module for 2 kinds of access:
|•||"Full Control" mode. Person who know Access Password can view Host's screen, control it, use File Transfer, restart or turn off Host PC remotely, etc.|
|•||"View only" mode. Person who know Access Password can view Host's screen only without ability to interact with it. This mode can be useful for classrooms when students want to view teacher's screen (while showing of presentation) without ability to control it.|