Veyon 4.5.3 is the third maintenance release of Veyon 4.5.x. Besides a huge number of bug fixes (especially for the demo mode) and the usual 3rdparty component updates, the WebAPI implementation has been refactored to support asynchronous requests.
Just before the end of this extraordinary year, we have released Veyon 4.5.2. It incorporates the latest UltraVNC server release for better Windows 10 compatibility and fixes a security issue in a 3rdparty component on Linux.
We’re proud to announce the release of Veyon 4.5.0 coming with the largest number of improvements and changes we ever had in Veyon 4. Watch the following video to discover the new Slideshow and Spotlight monitoring panels as well as the revised screen sharing features:
Recently Kaspersky has discovered 37 vulnerabilities in popular VNC implementations. More details are available at the Kaspersky ICS CERT website. Since Veyon is based on the VNC protocol and uses several of the examined components it is important to know if and how Veyon is affected by these security issues.
Certainly you already took a look at our online documentation which is a great source of information on how to install and use Veyon. Since the manuals have been written in 2017 for Veyon 4.0 time has come for the documentation to be updated. That’s why we started to completely revise our manuals, both administrator and user manuals. We did not only improve the quality of the texts and updated the screenshots, but also updated the content in anticipation of the upcoming release of Veyon 4.2.