TeamViewer is the premier software solution for remote support, remote access, and online collaboration.
How secure is TeamViewer?
All TeamViewer versions use full encryption. Encryption is based on 2048bit RSA private/public key exchange and 256 Bit AES session encoding. This uses the same security level as https/SSL and is considered completely safe by today's standards. The key exchange also guarantees that the data transfer is completely encoded from client to client and that any routers or servers in between (including TeamViewer Servers and Routers) are unable to read or analyze the data stream.
TeamViewer is offered free of charge to everybody for personal, non-commercial use
Client agrees and acknowledges that TechWorks Inc will install a commercial use TeamViewer software licensed to TechWorks Inc on client’s business computers for the purpose of supporting client’s computer network.
What is considered commercial use?
Essentially, commercial use is anything where money or services in kind are likely involved. This mainly covers all situations in which you might typically use TeamViewer for job-related functions.
Examples of non-commercial use:
- Helping or supporting friends and relatives
- Connecting to your personal computer at home
Examples of commercial use:
- Helping or supporting customers or colleagues at work
- Assisting businesses or organizations, even on a voluntary basis
- Connecting to your company pc or server from your home office
Client agrees that TechWorks Inc has provided full disclosure on use of TeamViewer in a commercial environment and should the client have a need to use TeamViewer to access their business computers remotely, that can purchase a license from TechWorks Inc or TeamViewer directly.
In the event client uses TeamViewer free to connect to their office computers they will do so at their own risk and will indemnify TechWorks Inc, its officers and employees from any and all claims against use of TeamViewer free.