Draft 3 of the RFB 4.0 protocol

ANDRONICO, SAM sam.andronico "at" bell.ca
Thu, 17 Jan 2002 16:20:04 +0000


Andrew, will there be a feature that will allow the server to drop it's
connection after a specified time of no activity?

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Andrew van der Stock wrote:
> 
> (This will be the second last announcement to the main VNC list - if you
> want to continue discussions on the VNC protocol, please join the
> rfbhackers mailing list by visiting:
> http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/securevnc-rfbhackers
> )
> 
> After much work today, I've filled in a great deal of detail on
> authentication, channels, file transfers etc, and cleaned out the cruft
> and self-contradictory statements. The PDF should now work acceptably on
> Acrobat 3.x as well. This draft gives an excellent overview of where I
> think VNC needs to go, so please if you have a specific wish list,
> download the document and have a read. Don't worry - it's still VNC,
> just completely orthagonal.
> 
> http://www.evilsecurity.com/vnc/
> 
> The next edition will have pretty UML diagrams and more detail on the
> core display protocols.
> 
> Andrew
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