IBM® Sterling Secure Proxy helps shield your trusted network by preventing direct connectivity between external partners and internal servers. It can secure your network and data exchanges at the network edge to enable trusted business-to-business transactions and managed file transfer (MFT) file exchanges.
A proxy server may reside on the user's local computer, or at any point between the user's computer and destination servers on the Internet. A proxy server that passes unmodified requests and responses is usually called a gateway or sometimes a tunneling proxy. A forward proxy is an Internet-facing proxy used to retrieve data from a wide range
In computer networks, a secure proxy is generally an intermediary server that allows client computers or end users to access network resources via various encryption methods. After the proxy receives the client's request, it employs filtering rules to validate and properly route the request to the proper application program or server.
For HTTPS traffic, the Web password caching policy enables Secure Web to authenticate and provide SSO to the proxy server through MDX. MDX supports basic, digest, and NTLM proxy authentication only. The password is cached using MDX and stored in the Endpoint Management shared vault, a secure storage area for sensitive app data.
When you connect to a website through our web proxy, you aren't actually connecting to the website you're viewing. ProxySite.com will connect to the website and pass it back along to you. No matter if the destination website is secure (SSL) or not, we will pass everything back to you over an encrypted SSL connection. AVG Secure VPN & Proxy for iPhone & iPad helps you stay safer and protect your identity and information while connected to the internet. With AVG Secure VPN & Proxy for iPhone & iPad you can: * Protect your online identity and information from hacker and thieves * Protect your WiFi® hotspot connect… TLSv1 and SSLv3 are protocols used for HTTPS connections. SSLv3 is not as secure as TLSv1. By default, the HTTPS proxy only allows connections that negotiate the TLSv1 protocol. If your users connect to client or server applications that only support SSLv3, you can configure the HTTPS-proxy to use SSLv3 for connections to these websites. HTTPS proxy in fact it is the HTTP-proxy, the letter "S" in this case means "secure" with support of SSL connection. These proxies are used when you want to send sensitive information (eg usernames / passwords, plastic card numbers). The proxy site allows the users to access the website indirectly which makes the IP address of the user secure and safe. Proxy sites prevent the website from tracking your location. Some of the best kickass proxies are listed below: IE Proxy Settings (WinINET) These proxy settings are typically configured using IE (see screenshot above) but other methods are available for each option. Note that these proxy settings are by default Per User. The following sections lists the registry keys that can be used to configure each setting.