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Communication and Security - Take Control (TeamViewer)

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Take Control (TeamViewer)

Take Control (TeamViewer) includes encryption based on 2048 RSA private-/public key exchange and AES (256 bit) session encryption. This technology is based on the same standards as https/SSL and meets today's standards for security. The key exchange also guarantees full, client-to-client data protection. This means that even our routing servers are not able to read the data stream.

 

Take Control utilizes the TeamViewer network of more than 250 servers located in large data centers spread across the globe with a geolocation method used to ensure that the geographically nearest router is always used for the connection. As such for Take Control to work it requires access to all the TeamViewer servers.

 

If communication problems are experienced with Take Control (and TeamViewer) it may be necessary to ensure the following ports are open and URLs are accessible.

 

Port

80

TCP

443

TCP

5938

TCP/UDP

5939

TCP/UDP

 

 

URLs

*.teamviewer.com

*.dyngate.com

Take Control and TeamViewer also requires unlocking of URLs of the following formats (to any Server):

GET /din.aspx?s=…&client=DynGate…

GET /dout.aspx?s=…&client=DynGate…

POST /dout.aspx?s=…&client=DynGate…