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Though starting up a tunnel using Sauce Connect may take a few seconds, our tunneling method allows for the highest possible security. We spin up a secure tunnel sandbox environment for each tunnel connection in order to provide greater tunnel security and isolation from other customers.

Data transmitted by Sauce Connect is encrypted through industry-standard TLS, using the AES-256 cipher. Sauce Connect also uses a caching web proxy to minimize data transfer. You can disable this with the command line option -B, --no-ssl-bump-domains, which is described in the Sauce Connect Command Line Reference.

Within your infrastructure, Sauce Connect must be on the same network as the application or network you want to test, but can be firewalled from the rest of your internal network. We recommend running Sauce Connect in a firewall DMZ, on a dedicated machine, and setting up firewall rules to restrict access from that DMZ to your internal network.

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