transporting it via TCP to the remote host.
Due to it's nature, cPickle is not intended to be secure. Under special
munstances (e. g. malicious messages) remote executions might be possible.
+cirstances (e. g. malicious messages) remote executions might be possible.
Therefore you must ensure that the server is only reachable by trusted clients
in a secure and restricted environment (a public server is therefore absolutely
+Using PyRPC is pretty simple. See `client_example.py` for client-usage. The server
+consists of two classes:
+`RPCServer` is used to manage all client connections; the `RPCServerHandler`
+is newly instantiated for every request. It implements all provided procedures
+to the client; the method name is prefixed by `handle_`.
+Within every method a procedure has access to the following instance attributes:
+ * `address` - contains a (ip, port)-tuple of the remote client address
+ * `data` - provides raw access to the request as a `dict`-object
+See `server_example.py` for corressponding server-usage.