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Hi,
   Anyone use Join.me by Collabradara?  Just wondering how secure it is.   From their website it states that it "uses 256-bit SSL encryption. That's the same technology used by online banks and shopping sites" .

How's it compare to TeamViewer?  

Your input is greatly appreciated.   Thanks
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It is Easier to use as compared to TeamViewer because there are no downloads required.

As far as Encryption is concerned, both use 256-bit encryption, so both of them are equally safe.
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It's created by the same folks at Logmein.  

Read more below and yes it's secure.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/internet/3237142/joinme-review/
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