January 20, 2015

SWG: Direct or Transparent Proxy?

A SWG intercepts and examines inbound and outbound web traffic and, in effect, becomes a proxy for the user. Regardless of the choice to implement either a direct or transparent proxy, both require some effort to work most efficiently. This paper examines the pros and cons of each option.

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