How to change encryption key?
mbmiller "at" taxa.epi.umn.edu
Wed Nov 24 15:25:01 2004
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Angelo Sarto wrote:
> You prolly really want vnc-enterprise
> This will allow you to tie the login to a user account and then your
> security will be the same as you have for login security.
How is the UNIX version of Enterprise VNC coming along?
I didn't see Brandon's question answered in the FAQ, by the way.
For Linux/UNIX - I am not concerned about the encryption scheme used in
VNC. If someone has access to the encrypted password, they already have
access to that account and write permissions on the file. They could
change the password, if they wanted to. They could do a lot of things.
Really, if they can read your password file, they've already got you. We
have to focus on stopping them from getting that far. I would say that it
is better to worry about using SSH, VPN and other schemes to keep VNC
secure. I think the Enterprise VNC for UNIX will be good for me.
For Windows - I don't know, but maybe password file encryption is a much
more important issue there.