SSL Proxy server listens on a TCP port, accepts SSL connections, and forwards them to another local or remote TCP port or Unix domain socket. For example, it is possible to create an HTTPS server if you have an HTTP server and you run an SSL Proxy server on port 443 which forwards the connections to port 80. SSL Proxy's design makes it as secure as possible and still perform well.
|Tags||Internet Web Security Networking|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. A bug was fixed in the new client info feature.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed in the new client info feature.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the new client info feature.
Release Notes: Previously, it was not possible for the proxied service to determine some client-related information, such as the IP address of the client or data from its certificate. This release can provide information about the client to the server in a special format. Client certificate validation has also been added.
Release Notes: Improved certificate handling (chained certificates are now supported), more error information on SSL protocol errors during SSL_accept(), -U and -D options (buffer size), and a "powered by" logo.