VNC Server for Mac (formerly RealVNC for Mac) enables you to remotely access and control your Mac computers from another computer or mobile device, wherever you are in the world. It is used by individuals and by organizations across every industry sector for a range of different use cases, including providing it desktop support to colleagues and friends and accessing systems and services on the move. The latest version includes both the VNC Server and VNC Viewer.
VNC, short for Virtual Network Computing, is a straightforward graphical desktop sharing system that helps you control another computer via the Remote Frame Buffer protocol (RFB).
VNC is capable to transmit the keyboard and mouse events from one computer to another over any given network.
With VNC’s help, you can easily establish connections between computers’ different operating systems, from macOS and Windows to Linux and UNIX.
Reliable protection against unauthorized access and various attacks
What is more, the connection between computers is protected by encrypted passwords that provide protection against connection snooping, man-in-the-middle attacks, packet-tampering, and more.
Thanks to the seamless integration with the system authentication system, you can use your own credentials of the user accounts to connect to another computer.
Also, all your connections are encrypted using 128-bit or 256-bit AES, a fact that translates into high-performance encryption and protection.
VNC Server for Mac Features:
Cross-platform remote control
Establish connections between computers running an unrivaled mix of Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX, and Linux operating systems.
VNC for Mac is available in English, French, German and Spanish. VNC programs automatically run in the desktop language of the user.
Prevent unauthorized access with a password specific to VNC for Mac. Note passwords are always encrypted, even if encryption is turned off or not supported.