SSL Proxying
Network Box SSL Proxy secures communication between two internet endpoints by decrypting secure connections on the way in, performing security analysis, then re-encrypting data on the way out. Incoming and outgoing SSL connections over the internet, are upgraded to use as secure settings as possible, following the approach of highest common denominator security, rather than the lowest. The engine also moves the choice of bypassing failed SSL server certificate validation away from the end-user, to the IT Manager.  
- Identification, decryption, encryption, certificate validation and protection of SSL network traffic.
- Uses lowest denominator of security internally, but highest common denominator externally.
- Denies end-users from bypassing failed SSL certificates.
- Allows encrypted SSL traffic to be scanned for malicious and undesirable content.