Prospective customers who inquire about the security of TeamViewer regularly ask about encryption.
Understandably, the risk that a third party could monitor the connection or that the TeamViewer access data is being tapped is feared most.
However, the reality is that rather primitive attacks are often the most dangerous ones. In the context of computer security, a brute-force attack is a trial-and-error-method to guess a password that is protecting a resource.
With the growing computing power of standard computers, the time needed for guessing long passwords has been increasingly reduced. As a defense against brute-force attacks, TeamViewer exponentially increases the latency between connection attempts.
I recommend you to restart the TeamViewer service.
-Execute "run", type "services.msc" and press OK
-Now find TeamViewer, and restart it by doing a right click.
Then, restart the TeamViewer application. It should work again.
Please make sure to use the right connection passwords before you try to connect.
If you have any further questions on this, please do not hesitate to contact us again.