it should be noted that whenever you experience any connectivity issues your only reliable source of information is the log, or more specifically two logs - Viewer's and Host's. Without the logs it is just guesswork.
We never publish a detailed roadmap. But the most pressing priorities we are currently working on are as follows:
- Updated and improved authorization system based on TLS 1.2 (this will replace the current RSA+AES). - 2-factor authentication for the Hosts and later for the self-hosted server as well - Viewer for MacOSX (and possibly Linux) - Updated and improved mobile version with a full-fledged address book.
These are just some of the things we are planning for the nearest future. There are also numerous fixes and little features that we are going to include with each update.
I'm sorry. Our work on the 6.9 update took quite a lot of time due to some serious improvements (specifically those that deal with security and authorization). It is soon to be released and more updates are coming this year.
After some investigation we found that it's not actually the driver or root drivers to blame. It's Microsoft's new policy that was put in effect after one of Windows updates. Now they require additional verification in their Dev Center (us as a vendor).
We went through all the necessary procedures and the changes we submitted are currently pending.