Which one to choose for Remote Connection ?



Go To Meeting

LogMeIn

TeamViewer

Web Ex

Encryption Your GoToMeeting session is completely private and secure. GoToMeeting uses built-in, always-on security measures to protect user privacy and access to data and computers. It is the only online meeting solution that uses end-to-end 128-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption for all meeting data, which includes screen images, files, keyboard and mouse input and chat text. The SSL/TLS standard defines a wide choice of cipher suites such as RC4 and 3DES, and some implementations offer more advanced suites such as AES as well. RC4 operates on 128 bit keys, 3DES uses 168 bit keys. AES can support 128 or 256 bitkeys. TeamViewer works with a complete encryption based on RSA public/private key exchange and AES (256 Bit) session encoding. This technology is used in a comparable form for https/SSL and can be considered completely safe by today’s standards. As the private key never leaves the client computer, it is ensured by this procedure that interconnected computers – including the TeamViewer routing servers – cannot decipher the data stream. provides the option of securing all session content with 128-bit encryption using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), which is the most widely used Internet standard for securing sensitive data communications. With SSL, WebEx encrypts all data within a WebEx Service cluster, including the WebEx session data. This will prevent third parties from accessing any data in transit.
Transmission Security SSL & AES SSL & Proprietary SSL SSL & Proprietary
Access security Meeting ID Session ID ParentID and Session password Meeting ID and password
Record Sequence Numbering SSL/TLS records are numbered by the sender and the order is checked by the receiver. This ensures that an attacker cannot remove or insert arbitrary records into the data stream. same as logmein
Message Authentication Codes (MACs) Every SSL/TLS record ends with a message authentication code that is derived from the session key (known only to the two communicating parties) and the data contained within the record. If MAC verification fails it is assumed that the data was modified in transit. same as logmein
Cipher Block Chaining (CBC mode) The cipher suites preferred by RemotelyAnywhere utilize Cipher Block Chaining, meaning that every SSL/TLS record will depend on the contents of the previous record. In this mode, the input to the cipher is not only the current plain text record but the previous one as well. This again ensures that packets cannot be inserted or removed from the data stream. same as logmein
As per my research on the web, I think LogMeIn is best among the four as it provides 256-bit encryption and interusion detection
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