WebADM Publishing Proxy

WebADM Publishing Proxy

Protect your WebApps


RCDevs provides a reverse-proxy server called WAProxy which takes care of publishing the selected end-user portals on the Internet.

RCDevs Self-Services, Password Reset and Web SSO Identity Provider products are provided via WebADM applications called WebApps. As such, they are available under specific URLs on the WebADM server. In some use-cases, you need to set up these applications for external access (for user access over the Internet). Although it is possible to deploy your WebADM server(s) on a public DMZ network, this is not the recommended option.

RCDevs helps you to

Secure your WebApps

WAProxy schema
RCDevs provides a reverse-proxy server called WAProxy which takes care of publishing the selected end-user portals on the Internet. WAProxy is provided as an RCDevs software package and is very easy to deploy and configure. With WAProxy you can choose which application portals should be available from your proxy server.
With RCDevs’ TiQR solution, the mobile devices must communicate with the TiQR server. WAProxy provides the required TiQR mobile communication endpoint. You also do not need to make your TiQR server’s API be accessible from public networks.
If you use OpenOTP with Universal Two-Factor (U2F), the FIDO-U2F design implies that an Application ID communication endpoint (called AppID) must be available under a public URL under your company’s DNS domain. WAProxy also provides the U2F AppID endpoint service.

WAProxy Applications

WAProxy enables your WebADM end-user application portals for public access. And it is included in your OpenOTP license at no extra charge.
WAproxy supports the following RCDevs Web applications and Web service endpoints:

User Self-Service Desk Portal
Email & SMS -based Token Self-Registration
Secure Password Reset
OpenID Identity Provider
SAML Identity Provider
TiQR mobile communication endpoint
U2F application ID endpoint

Main Key Features

WAProxy is a very simple reverse-proxy server for WebADM

Publishes selected WebADM applications on the Internet
Keeps your WebADM cluster severs on a private network
Select published applications graphically from WebADM
Uses two WebADM server in the back-end in load-balanced mode
Automatic failover when a back-end server is down
Provides TiQR mobile communication endpoint
Provides U2F application ID endpoint
Supports PKI login methods for WebApps
See how simple it is to use WebADM Publishing Proxy:

To request an online demo, you only have to create your account or contact us.

Online Demos are available for free to let you try RCDevs multi-factor in 5 minutes and authenticate with your mobile or Yubikey.