imposing security on users

Tim Waugh twaugh "at" redhat.com
Thu Apr 15 11:21:01 2004


On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 10:22:04AM -0500, Mike Miller wrote:

> We may have discussed this before, but that seems to be true of most
> issues on this list!  I want to be able to run Xvnc on a Linux box and
> allow users to connect to it, but I would prefer that they use SSH tunnels
> from outside the network.  I see no way to force them to use SSH tunnels.
> If I set up VNC for them, they can connect without the tunnel and I can't
> stop them.
>
> Thus, I would like to know if there is an Xvnc for Linux (or any unix OS)
> that has encryption built in.  Of course, we'd need a viewer that also had
> encryption built in.  That way we could avoid the hassles of setting up
> the SSH tunnels and would not have to worry if user connections are
> encrypted.
>
> Of course, if such a thing does not exist, I recommend it as a project!

Have you taken a look at vino?

http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gnome-network-list/2004-February/msg00004.html

Tim.
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