Gbridge

Gbridge

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Gbridge is a free software that lets you remotely control PCs, sync folders, share files, and chat securely and easily. An extension of Google’s gtalk service, Gbridge automatically forms a collaborative, encrypted VPN (Virtual Private Network) that connects your computers and your friends’ computers directly and securely with patented technology. Gbridge has many unique features.

DesktopShare(VNC): Access your computer desktop remotely or share your desktop with your friend from anywhere in the world. Gbridge automatically traverses firewalls and NATting routers without the need for configuration!

SecureShare: Securely share files among your own computers, so you can remotely access your files, e.g. play mp3 , with ultimate privacy.   Securely share files to your designated friend, so the selected friend can instantly view the auto-generated photo thumbnails and slideshow remotely. No web upload/download needed!

AutoSync: Transfer large files and synchronizing folders to and from anywhere has never been easier. AutoSync supports auto-schedule, auto-resume, incremental transfers and no size restrictions!

EasyBackup: Setup an auto-recurring backup of your important folder to a local or remote PC is as easy as 1-2-3!


Gbridge Revolutionary VPN Infrastructure

Gbridge automatically forms a VPN (Virtual Private Network) among your PCs no matter where they are, regardless of whether they’re behind firewall or NATting routers. You can also extend the VPN to include your Gtalk friend’s PCs if both sides allow.

  • Great extension of Google’s Gtalk infrastructure, self-forming, zero-config.
  • IPv4 level compatibility while providing authentication, encryption and mobility.
  • P2P direct network connection, excellent privacy and great performance.
  • Dynamic DNS and private IP, overcomes the real-world naming and connectivity issues for almost all network applications.

 

 

 

 

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