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[vox-tech] VNC/TightVNC Was yet another windows question - reverse exceed?

Since we are on the subject of VNC, my password screen now shows text typed into
the password field on TightVNC.  This makes me a little worried about using this
as a connection now.  Has anyone run into this problem?

Henry House wrote:

> On Mon, Jan 28, 2002 at 09:17:04PM -0800, Rod Roark wrote:
> > VNC is excellent.  You can use either Linux or Windows as the server and as
> > the client.  There's a Java client too.  I use a high compression version
> > called TightVNC -- look for it on freshmeat.
> I concurr. Using xpdf under VNC from one machine in my office to another is
> faster than xpdf over X protocol. Since I use Debian, TightVNC is the default
> codec.
> --
> Henry House
> The attached file is a digital signature. See <http://romana.hajhouse.org/pgp>
> for information.  My OpenPGP key: <http://romana.hajhouse.org/hajhouse.asc>.
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