SSL Virtual Private Network (VPN) Endpoint Data Protection
- Protects your SSL VPN and its users from threats already in place
- Security with flexibility
- User-friendly lightweight software
- Rapid deployment
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SSL VPN is an exciting technology that allows remote access to applications and files from standard web browsers. Because they require no client-side software other than a web browser, SSL VPNs offer great convenience, and promise to provide a much lower Total Cost of Ownership than IPSEC VPNs. Yet, at the same time, this novel technology presents new challenges in the realm of security. SSL VPNs are vulnerable to identity fraud and can expose your organization to critical data theft. Endpoint security and data loss prevention (DLP) are critical considerations when utilizing SSL VPNs.
If the user’s machine that is accessing the VPN is compromised with malware, the endpoint, or the data accessed by the SSL VPN is still at risk even though it was securely accessed from the SSL VPN. It refers to technology implemented to prevent any security-related problems occurring on devices used to access resources via the SSL VPN. It is important to realize that as opposed to earlier remote-access technologies, SSL VPN technology allows access from machines not known to be secure and as such, the endpoint concerns are different from the endpoint issues present in older remote-access scenarios.
Secure Your SSL VPN Your Way
SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs ensures that the connection is secure and the endpoint data is protected when users logon to your SSL VPN. When you use SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs data loss prevention (DLP) software, you’re protecting your endpoint from screen scraping, keylogging, DNS redirection, and other malware while using our SafeBrowser on our Secure Desktop to access company resources. You can allow other sites to be accessed using SafeBrowser with a SSL VPN only default, or you can allow Windows Remote Desktop Connection to run on the Secure Desktop so once the SSL VPN connection is established, users could connect to specific machines on the remote network. Finally, you have the option to allow normal Windows desktop Internet Explorer or Firefox browser plugins to automatically redirect certain browsing activity to SafeBrowser on the Secure Desktop.
SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs has many features that work together to ensure the connection is secure and the endpoint data is protected when users utilize a SSL VPN:
- Actively protects desktop PC from malicious agents by intercepting the low-level Windows commands that allow them to function
- Rescues the user from the perils of the local network (Wi-Fi, man-in-the-middle attacks) by establishing a secure, certificate guaranteed link with a secure DNS server
- Routes the user to the SSL VPN directly through secured DNS
- Provides visual cues with a locked down desktop, simplified browser, and cooperation with existing authentication methods (Site Key, certificates, etc.) to thwart phishing and other attacks
- Restricts application execution privileges, including application tampering and the full range of Windows functions
- Utilizes deep kernel-mode hooking to tie into the DNA of the Windows OS, below the functions exploited by hackers
- User credentials cannot be intercepted by any keylogger, screen capture or other agent as SafeCentral™ locks out their ability to function.
- Operates independently of signatures or databases, ensuring up-to-date protection at all times
- Integrates seamlessly with preventative desktop security measures and existing authentication schemes with little or no effort
Windows XP Hardware
256MB of RAM minimum,
384MB or more recommended.
CPU: P3 class 700MHz or better
Windows 7 / Vista Hardware
1GB of RAM minimum
CPU: P4 class or better
Q: What host operating systems does SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs support?
A: SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs supports 32-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, and 7 along with the 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and 7.
Q: Does SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs support PDF files?
A: Yes, the SafeBrowser included with SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs supports reading PDF files. This allows users to view PDF documents the SafeBrowser.
Q: Does SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs support Adobe Flash?
A: Yes, the SafeBrowser included with SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs supports the Adobe Flash browser plug-in.
Q: How does keyboard input protection work?
A: SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs secures keyboard input from the Windows keyboard driver through to the virtual operating environment. Windows APIs, applications, or malware attempting to intercept keyboard input will receive no keystrokes.
Q: Does SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs require any server hardware or software?
A: SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs requires a small lightweight piece of software to be installed on users’ machines.
Q: Are updates or integration with banking applications required to use SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs?
A: SafeCentral™ for SSL VPNs does not require special application integration or modifications. Existing Web-based applications are accessed using the SafeBrowser.