I'm using Manjaro / Arch Linux distribution. I'm trying to connect securely to my VNC server, but I'm not able to configure it.
I'm using x11vnc, because It's much optimal than TigerVNC for streaming the current user session.
Using this command I'm able to start my VNC server:
x11vnc -nap -wait 50 -noxdamage -rfbauth /home/mikel/.vnc/passwd -display :0 -nocursor -forever
But when I use (Real) VNC Viewer it says that the connection is not secure.
I want to connect to the VNC Server from outside the LAN, so the connection must be encrypted.
I tried using the
-ssl flag. This flag generates a ssl cert and uses it. VNC Viewer is NOT compatible with this kind of VNC Connections, so I had to download this one (ssvnc).
After trying to connect using this program, I get this error on my server console:
20/11/2019 21:44:55 SSL: ssl_helper: SSL_accept() *FATAL: -1 SSL FAILED
20/11/2019 21:44:55 SSL: error:1420918C:SSL routines:tls_early_post_process_client_hello:version too low
And this error on my Windows VNC Viewer:
I don't know if x11vnc is not working or if the VNC Viewer(ssvnc) has an outdated library.