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SSL-Explorer: Community Edition

SSL-Explorer is an SSL VPN solution that provides users with WebDAV file access, intranet Web site proxying, Active Directory authentication, and Java application deployment using a standard Web browser.

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Recent releases

  •  12 May 2007 18:12

    Release Notes: A number of changes have been made to the graphical interface. The much anticipated delegation feature was introduced. Overall, this is a more polished and faster version.

    •  14 Nov 2006 17:47

      Release Notes: This release introduces a major new feature that will allow for full internationalization of the software. All text strings within the software may now be edited via an easy-to-use interface, which means that users can create their own native language plugins to share with the community. Also included with are numerous bugfixes and other minor improvements.

      •  04 Oct 2006 13:06

        Release Notes: This release completes the authentication scheme flow changes, and all schemes are now assigned by policy. Further changes to the policy-based management system have been introduced with regard to restricting access to resources. The SSL-Explorer Agent has been much improved (with user feedback) when tunnels are started/stopped. The binary installer has returned.

        •  24 Aug 2006 16:20

          Release Notes: The main addition to this release is a major alteration to the authentication flow which has been changed to a multi-stage login process. The system now has the ability to alter the selectable authentication schemes for a particular user depending on those granted to them via their policies. Additionally, an RSS based context sensitive help system has now been introduced into this release. Also included in the release are various bugfixes for proxy support.

          •  09 Jun 2006 17:34

            Release Notes: This release has a range of new features, including a fully policy-based permissions framework and a much simplified installation process, along with upgrades to network places that now provide access to local, Windows share, and FTP filesystems. Usability enhancements include a redesigned and improved GUI that provides a separation of the management and user interfaces. Several common workflows within the software have also been incorporated into easy-to-use wizard-style interfaces to simplify administration. Web forwarding has been considerably improved.


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