Article from Issue 89/2008

NoMachine NX NoMachine NX was thrilled to have their remote control capabilities featured on the cover of the Linux Pro Magazine December 2007 issue. This article brought to light a possible security issue with the suspend and resume functionality of NX. Here at NoMachine, we are always grateful to get feedback on our product, whether it is positive or negative, so that we know how we are performing and can address any issues that arise. We take suggestions such as this very seriously as we strive to have the best product possible.

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