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X11Secure is a fast, secure and lightweight window manager with SSH access for the X Window System you have been looking for, running in Win32 without all those annoying library dependencies. It's built with VB and contains completely original code.
It includes XMing (ONLY if one is not installed no X Server for Windows), it will install XMing) and it uses two DLL of BlackBox (like pluggin) to verify the password, ONLY to verify the password.
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