FAQ

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft that allows users to access and control a remote computer over a network connection. It enables remote access to the graphical user interface (GUI) of a computer, allowing users to interact with applications, files, and other resources as if they were physically present at the remote machine.
RDP works by transmitting screen updates and user input between the remote computer and the client device over a network connection. The remote computer runs a RDP server, while the client device runs a RDP client that communicates with the server to display the remote desktop environment on the client device and send user input to the remote computer.
RDP can be secure if proper security measures are implemented, such as using strong passwords, enabling two-factor authentication, and configuring firewalls to restrict access to RDP ports. However, RDP can be vulnerable to cyber attacks, such as brute force attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, and ransomware attacks, if security precautions are not taken.
All plans that we offer are exclusively private. That is why every RDP plan comes with full admin access.