Our Firewall is a dynamically changing reverse proxy that protects a static internet resource or server. A standard reverse proxy is a static virtual server that proxies all traffic heading towards a web server.
Our solution introduces dynamics that transform the reverse proxies into moving targets.
Hides the true IP address of the static server from users.
Protects open management ports on the static server.
Virtual firewalls are deleted and replaced every 6 hours.
Provides access to cloud resources within Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, Digital Ocean, and Linode.
Virtual servers are selected from various datacenters in North America, Europe and Asia.
Dynamic Firewall provides protection to a static server by acting as a dynamically changing reverse proxy. Every 6 hours, a new virtual firewall is created and becomes the new gateway to the static server.
In the example below, users trying to reach the static server will need to pass through a virtual firewall running on Digital Ocean server in the United States from 10am to 4pm. From 4pm till 10pm, users will pass through Google Cloud in the Netherlands. From 10pm to 4am, users will pass through an AWS server in Singapore, and so on and so forth.