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TclRFB is a pure-Tcl implementation of the Remote Framebuffer (RFB) protocol used in Virtual Network Computing (VNC). The extension supports both RFB clients and servers. TclRFB will allow the creation of light-weight, scripted remote interfaces.
VeNCrypt adds TLS/X509 encryption and authentication to VNC. It is heavily based on the RealVNC Free Edition, thus being a single fork away from the original creators of VNC, and is fully compliant with the RFB protocol.
A VNC Client for J2ME (Java 2 Mobile Edition). This includes a side project, an easy to use, clean java API for the RFB protocall. This project is now dead. Please see: https://sourceforge.net/projects/j2mevncclient/
Bare bone VNC server for Windows CE. Currently only uncompressed blocks are supported. It has been ported from the original code from ATamp;T (windows server release 3.3.3.r9) as part of a feasibility research project. Also compiles under VC++6.
Vine Server(OSXvnc) is a robust, full-featured VNC server for MacOS X. It allows VNC clients to remotely view or control the machine. It is provided by TestPlant, for use with Vine Viewer AND Eggplant for cross-platform testing,
VNC Snapshot is a command line utility for VNC (Virtual Network Computing) available from RealVNC, among others. The utility allows one to take a snapshot from a VNC server and save it as a JPEG file. Unix, Linux and Windows platforms are supported.
This is a VNC Viewer for Symbian 3rd Edition. It allows a smartphone to estabish a TCP/IP connection with any remote computer running a standard VNC server and control it from the phone without the need of any other software
Apache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. It supports standard protocols like VNC, RDP, and SSH. Guacamole client is an HTML5 web application, use of your computers is not tied to any one device or location. As long as you have access to a web browser, you have access to your machines.
SSVNC adds encryption security to VNC. It provides a GUI for Windows, MacOSX, and Unix that automatically starts up an SSL or SSH tunnel for connections to any VNC server. It also supports VeNCrypt encryption. The Unix viewer has many new features.