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6 Responses

  1. niraj says:

    Nice and useful article !! how secure is that ??

  2. WTR says:

    Another Linux application that fills out a much-needed gap, as they say. Seriously, it has been possible to do things like this with Linux for years (e.g. VNC.) This seems to be somebody saying “let’s see if we can do it in Go”, and little else. And its security model is awful.

  3. Anthony Dean says:

    Pretty useless for enterprise as it allows console over the public Internet breaking security policies for all. If users could use their own servers though and keep everything internal to their own network it may be useful for 1st/2nd/3rd line support collaboration.

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