The first release of XViewer is now available, providing TK-IP101 users with a way to still manage their installations using modern Java versions and operating systems without any blocker bugs and crashes. I have created a static page about it [here] including downloads and the statements required by TRENDnet. You can also see it on the top right of this weblog. This is the first fruition of TRENDnet allowing me to release my modified version of their original KViewer under the GPLv3 license.
As requested, all traces of TRENDnet and their TK-IP101 box have been removed from the code (not that there were many anyway, as the code was reverse-engineered from the byte code) on top of the rename to XViewer. In time, I will also provide my own documentation for the tool.
Since I am no Java developer, you shouldn’t expect any miracles though. Also, if anyone would be willing to fork it into yet another, even better version of the program, you’re of course welcome to do so!
Happy remote monitoring & managing to you all!
Edit: Proper documentation for SSL certificate creation using a modern version of [XCA] (The X certificate and key management tool) and about setting up and using XViewer & XImpcert has now also been made [available]!