Anyplace Control

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Anyplace Control
Developer(s) Anyplace Control Software
Stable release
5.4.0.0 / July 1, 2012; 5 years ago (2012-07-01)
Operating system Windows
Available in English, Russian, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese
Type Remote administration
License Shareware
Website anyplace-control.com

Anyplace Control is a Windows-based remote PC control product for remote access and control of remote PC located either in local network or in the Internet.[1] It displays the remote computer's desktop on the screen of local PC, and allows control of that computer using the local mouse and keyboard. The software has a file transfer feature to send files between computers.

Remote users create an Access Password, username and password to access the target PC.[2] The program must be installed at both computers, with client part of the software at the local PC.[3]

Features[edit]

  • Display of a remote computer's desktop in a real time mode on local screen.
  • Remote PC Control,.[4]
  • File Transfer between remote computers.
  • Turn on, turn off or reboot the remote PC.
  • Disabling of remote mouse, keyboard, monitor.
  • Connection through routers, firewalls and dynamic IP addresses

Security[edit]

1. Secure authentication and traffic encryption
All transferred data is encrypted with the RC4 algorithm with 128 bit random key for encryption.
2. Double password protection
For connection to the remote computer via Internet the knowledge of at least two passwords is required: Account Password and remote PC Access Password.
3. No open ports in the Firewall
No need to open additional ports in the firewall when connecting using Account Connection service.

Licensing[edit]

The product is shareware available for private and corporate usage. Licenses are provided on a per Host or Admin module basis.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anyplace Control by Give Me A Review
  2. ^ Anyplace Control Review Carrie-Ann Skinner (PC Advisor (UK))
  3. ^ A straightforward no-frills remote access package Archived July 4, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. Paul Monckton, Personal Computer World
  4. ^ Remote Access Software, Anyplace Control Software

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