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TLS reverse-proxy with SNI multiplexing (TLS virtual hosts)
slt lets a user accept TLS/SSL connections for multiple different applications on the same port and the server can forward them all to the appropriate backend hosts depending on the intended destination.
slt is capable of either terminating the TLS and passing the cleartext traffic to the origin server (if it has appropriate key material), or just passing the encrypted traffic along (if it has no key material).
Debian: Daniel Kahn Gillmor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
11 March 2014
License: apache 2.0
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