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welcome to hak.5 =)

i suggest that if this VNC is going to be used over the internet i would say password protect. but if its on your own lan it isnt very important..

you could go through a few settings to optimise...

i would reconmend TightVNC though :)

hope this helps

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u need an ssh server running on both machines...obviously

Server running on one of the machines, client used on the other.

This was all covered in one of the episodes of Hak.5. SSH tunnelling is your safest method as without it, it can be fairly trivial to sniff the passwords.

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