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  2. LogMeIn - Wikipedia

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    LogMeIn, Inc. is a provider of software as a service and cloud-based remote work tools for collaboration, IT management and customer engagement, founded in 2003 and based in Boston, Massachusetts. The company's products give users and administrators access to remote computers. On October 9, 2015, LogMeIn acquired LastPass for $110 million.

  3. Remote desktop software - Wikipedia

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    Most remote access software can be used for "headless computers": instead of each computer having its own monitor, keyboard, and mouse, or using a KVM switch, one computer can have a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and remote control software, and control many headless computers. The duplicate desktop mode is useful for user support and education.

  4. Remote access service - Wikipedia

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    Remote desktop programs may include LogMeIn or TeamViewer. To use RAS from a remote node, a RAS client program is needed, or any PPP client software. Most remote control programs work with RAS. PPP is a set of industry standard framing and authentication protocols that enable remote access.

  5. Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol - Wikipedia

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    Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) is a form of virtual private network (VPN) tunnel that provides a mechanism to transport PPP traffic through an SSL/TLS channel. SSL/TLS provides transport-level security with key negotiation, encryption and traffic integrity checking.

  6. Comparison of remote desktop software - Wikipedia

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    Built-in Encryption: the software has at least one method of encrypting the data between the local and remote computers, and the encryption mechanism is built into the remote control software. File Transfer : the software allows the user to transfer files between the local and remote computers, from within the client software's user interface.

  7. NetBus - Wikipedia

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    NetBus 2.0 Pro was released in February 1999. It was marketed commercially as a powerful remote administration tool. It was less stealthy, but special hacked versions exist that make it possible to use it for illegal purposes. All versions of the program were widely used by "script kiddies" and was popularized by the release of Back Orifice ...

  8. Apple Remote Desktop - Wikipedia

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    The startup disk on remote computers can also be changed, setting them to boot from a NetBoot server, a Network Install image, or a partition on their own drives. The client ARD software could also now be upgraded remotely to allow administrators to take advantage of new features without having to visit each individual computer.

  9. Remote Desktop Protocol - Wikipedia

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    Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft which provides a user with a graphical interface to connect to another computer over a network connection. The user employs RDP client software for this purpose, while the other computer must run RDP server software.