Cyan Secure Web Proxy Server is a carrier grade, high performance Internet filtering proxy server for Linux. It includes scalable (user/group/host) Web filter and virus scan utilities for blocking malicious applications at the gateway. It has an advanced URL database, authentication support (Active Directory, LDAP, NTLM), SSL Interception, easy deployment, and remote administration.
|Tags||Internet Proxy Servers Security Networking Monitoring Web SSL Webfilter|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows VMWare|
|Translations||English German Russian Polish|
Release Notes: A filter to prohibit users from sharing their authorization credentials was introduced. Errors or blocking pages on CONNECT requests are now delivered inside the SSL stream if SSL interception is used. The interface documentation in WSDL for middleware SOAP/XML API was improved. IMAP4/POP3 SSL handshake problems have been resolved. The FTP proxy now correctly applies URL categorization to remote hosts. Dashboard charts have been reworked to show server and client traffic in one chart. ClamAV helper packages now correctly configure AppArmor.
Release Notes: This release features a new, more intuitive Web interface for the proxy and appliance with full Ajax support, integrated appliance configuration, simplified cluster management, configuration wizards, central management and machine specific configuration, configuration locks (4-eye principle), and a dashboard with live information. It also included additional categories, configuration service cascade for distributed environments, and middleware (SOAP/XML) with support for managed services.
Release Notes: CYAN Secure Mail proxy for POP3 and IMAP4 protocols was added. Anti-virus scanning can now also be applied to mails on the gateway for these protocols. SSL interception for the SSL variants POP3S and IMAP4S is supported as well, allowing you to apply the anti-virus scan engine on encrypted connections. The Web interface was reworked. The new Web interface can be accessed via https://yourproxyhost:9992/sweb2/. End-user message templates have been reworked. Finer-grained security policies were provided for SSL certificate validation, and deep Archive Inspection was implemented.
Release Notes: A memory leak in profile handling was fixed. A CRS database setup problem on MySQL and Microsoft SQL databases was fixed.
Release Notes: This is a final release for the Windows platform.