SOCKS 5 support added to Win32 VNC Viewer

Ceri Hankey ccah "at" thegreen.co.uk
Thu, 30 Aug 2001 23:57:47 +0000


I cannot get thru to your site ...
http://www.Seanster.com/vnc/

Can you give another source for your stuff?

Thanks

Ceri Hankey

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Seanster" <Seanster "at" Seanster.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 2:41 AM
Subject: SOCKS 5 support added to Win32 VNC Viewer 


> Hey folks. I have made some improvements to the win32 vnc viewer version
> 3.3.3r9.
> 
> Back in November I hacked 3.3.3r3 so I could get past a socks
> firewall. Now I finally spent some time to integrate this as a full
> feature and fix a few other things that annoy me on a daily basis.
> 
> Here's what I have added:
> 
> 1,2 
> Establishing a connection through a SOCKS 5 compliant firewall.
> (very basic though - one that does not require authentication)
> Just enter a name like: "vnc.server.com:0 "at" socks5.firewall.com:1080"
> 
> 3
> Load & Save the last used connection options in the registry.
> 
> 4
> Checkbox option to suppress the 
> "Here's how you get out of fullscreen" nag box.
> 
> 5
> Run connection files in explorer without the need to register VNC.
> 
> 6
> Configuration file names which contain spaces and/or 
> are surrounded by double quotation marks.
> 
> 
> Details of these modifications are in a file called
> "SDM_Changes_To_Source.txt" in the project directory.
> 
> I don't have anything to make nice patch files on my windows box so for
> now I have the whole project available for download. Someone give me a
> clue and I'll make a patch file.
> 
> You can get the .exe and/or the project files here:
> 
> http://www.Seanster.com/vnc/
> 
> This has not had any extensive testing. Use at your own risk. 
> It works for me and that's what really matters :)
> 
> Please contact me directly if your correspondence is not appropriate for
> the vnc list.
> 
> Regards,
> Sean
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