WrappingBox comes with an internal Soliton SecureBrowser implementation, with the following additional benefits:
A stand-alone Soliton SecureBrowser can be used on macOS, iOS and Android platforms to access documents and company resources.
For more information download the product sheet
WrappingBox is always used in conjunction with Soliton SecureGateway to securely connect to company resources.
WrappingBox requires Soliton SecureFile to securely transfer files to and from company servers. It does this by creating a web-based view on internal file repositories, like a Windows-server. SecureFile also enables a private file repository for each user.
Integrating SecureFile does not require any changes to the internal servers, the access rights of the target server will be effective.
WrappingBox: includes SecureBrowser
SecureBrowser: available on Android, iOS, macOS and Windows
All Soliton’s remote access solutions are designed based on the same principles;
- WrappingBox is a Microsoft® Windows® application with a very small footprint
- Can be easily installed and removed
- Does not interfere with the local installation of applications, just allows them to run in wrapped mode using Microsoft® Component Object Model (COM)
- Embedded Soliton SecureBrowser Pro
WrappingBox can use a client certificate that is installed on the user’s device as a second authentication factor, when this is a mandatory requirement from the Secure Gateway. Soliton’s NetAttest EPS supports organizations with the creation and safe distribution of client certificates to user devices. An integration with the SolitonNetAttest EPS-series adds an extra layer of security in the form of strong user- and/or device authentication. It provides the possibility to automatically populate the user’s logon name from the digital certificate preventing the user from using another identity while logging on.
For more information on NetAttest EPS download the product sheet.