NoMachine V5 brings a host of new features for consumers and businesses. The release adds international language support, screen blanking and interface refinements for Windows, Mac and Linux. It also delivers new features for an even better remote experience and introduces functionality aimed at administrators such as centralized remote node management via the NoMachine GUI.
An information disclosure revealed an injection vulnerability in OpenSSL’s ChangeCipherSpec processing making it possible for malicious third parties to force the use of weak keying material in OpenSSL SSL/TLS clients and servers.
An OpenSSL vulnerability that was recently discovered which is documented here: https://www.nomachine.com/forums/forums/topic/openssl-security-vulnerability
NoMachine has announced the first beta release of the upcoming NoMachine 4 software. Redesigned to offer more functionality and a brand new intuitive user-interface, version 4 is completely revolutionising remote computing offering users new ways to access desktops, as well as share and control the content that’s on them.
Innovative use of NX continues at hands-on workshop hosted by Society of Abdominal Radiology.
If you are using NoMachine Player to run a virtual session, such as a GNOME desktop, you can terminate the session by choosing the logout option from the GNOME system menu.