For your safety and security, all remote desktop sessions are fully encrypted using Chrome's SSL features, which includes full support for AES.While your connection setup is mediated by Google's servers, your actual remote desktop session data are sent directly from the client to the host, except in limited circumstances where they may pass through Google relays.Google can't let anyone but you access your computer though because of the PIN or Access Code you use when you share it (which client and host verify without ever disclosing it to anyone, even Google).

You can easily get around this however by following the below steps.

You can use one computer from another over the Internet with Chrome Remote Desktop, also known as Chrome RDP.

When you do so, you can safely use your files or applications from another computer, phone, or tablet.

If a computer is offline, or unavailable, the computer will be grayed out.

To access a computer, tap the computer's name in the list.

Then you can control the computer with different gestures.

When you use the app to share your computer with someone, that person will see your email address and have full control of your computer, including access to your applications, files, emails, documents, and history.

Step 1: Get the Chrome app Click the links below to download the app on any device where you want to use Chrome Remote Desktop: Chrome Remote Desktop for Linux Ubuntu 12.04 and higher is currently in active development.

To run this app on Linux, you’ll need to create a separate virtual desktop session.

First, click one of the links below to install the Debian package for the host components.

To see the list of computers you've set up for remote access, just sign in to the app.