Remote Desktop Protocol is a protocol that allows you to access remote computers without direct contact with them. The user can see all the files, run applications and perform all other tasks, as if depending on the computer.
|Latest stable version||RDP 10|
|Used by||Microsoft, Amazon, Google|
RDP connection is secured. This is because it is built on top of a security mechanism in Windows called CredSSP which uses Kerberos or TLS (aka SSL) for authentication – when you use those settings RDP is using the same or stronger encryption that your browser uses when communicating with your bank.
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