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Hypersocket

Hypersocket is a cross-platform Hybrid SSL VPN solution built for all types of remote access scenarios. Powerful, yet simple to use, Hypersocket uses a single installed client to provide access to any number of network resources. Its powerful granular access means you can have fine-grained control over your entire network and remote users. Accessed through a secure HTTPS port, the Hypersocket client provides access to any number of host/port combinations, all assigned server-side by the Administrator through roles. The Administrator is able to configure the server through a Web portal on the same HTTPS port.

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  •  17 Jun 2014 14:06

    Release Notes: This release added a My Profile area for the user to update their account information. The file browser can be launched for each individual mount. Several bugs were fixed. A translation extension is now available allowing any user interface facing text to be changed, overridden, and translated.

    •  03 Jun 2014 14:36

      Release Notes: This release is a major stepping stone that lays the foundation for a plethora of new product extensions to follow. In addition to considerable bugfixes in both the server and client, this release introduces the Hypersocket extension store, a revamped bootstrap UI, and an updated client that supports synchronous connections to multiple Hypersocket VPN servers.

      •  11 Nov 2013 16:25

        Release Notes: This release introduces a new restyled user interface (it had not been paid much attention before). It includes the ability to mount filesystem resources for Local system files, Windows shares, HTTP, and FTP. Basic file browser support from within the administrative UI. Support for a built-in database (Apache Derby), PostgreSQL, and MS SQL databases in addition to the existing support for MySQL. This release also includes a number of bugfixes.

        •  25 Jul 2013 16:50

          Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. The SWT client has been internationalized. More locales have been added. Membership of a group was not resolving the permissions assigned to members when assigned to a role. Permission names change to allow better grouping and clarity in Role create/update. More duplicate window fixes The revert button was not working on the multiple select widget. A circular log reference in deb/RPM installers has been fixed. The client was timing out after the default session timeout lapsed; activity would not reset the last updated time.

          •  03 Jul 2013 08:37

            Release Notes: This is a bugfix release.

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