Friday, July 6, 2007

CrossLoop - Connecting PCs Now!

Simple Secure Screen Sharing

  • Connect Any Two PCs on Earth
  • Simple, Easy-To-Use Interface
  • Available in 21 LanguagesNew!
  • Works through Firewalls and NAT
  • Secure Screen Sharing in under 60 Seconds tops

    I just saw this really cool tool, CrossLoop, a free secure screen sharing utility. CrossLoop allows users to get connected from anywhere on the Internet in seconds without changing any firewall or router settings! And it only takes a few minutes to setup with no signup required!

    Some of CrossLoop's novelties:
    • Session data is encrypted at the end-points before being sent using a 128-bit encryption algorithm using a randomly-generated 12-digit access code.
    • Users do not need to configure their router.
    • Absolutely no adware, spyware, etc.
    • Allows one to sit behind anyone's PC from anywhere at anytime.
    • Just 2 MB of hard drive space is needed to install the CrossLoop software
    • Check out CrossLoop's Blog

  • Awesome! Imagine the possible applications of CrossLoop! What applications, AnitoKid? Cough, cough, cough! These include walking a user to resolve problems on another PC, collaboration with overseas users, job trainings, product evaluations, real-time evaluation of changes in project documentation, use of CrossLoop as a marketing tool, and much, much more! The possibilities are endless!

    And dig this! What would stop CrossLoop from supporting multiple user collaboration in the future? Integrating file transfer capability in the software? Nothing! Future capabilities and novelties are only limited to one's imagination! Indeed, the sky is the limit!

    Now, if I can just get someone to connect me with the President's personal computer in Malacanang - that would be the day. And I kid you not!


    kegler747 said...

    wow! it sounds so cool. the application is like from mission impossible or other sci-fi films. james bond would not mind using it.

    THE ANiTOKiD said...

    IT IS cool bro! And it doesn't take one to be a techie guy just to learn the ropes on this one! And i kid you not! :)

    It's always a runout at The Runout TV!