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Application Isolation

Protect internal or cloud applications
When deployed as a reverse proxy, Fireglass protects internal or cloud web applications against malicious or compromised users. Fireglass isolates web applications from end-users by rendering content into a visual stream. Users no longer can directly interact with the website backend (by submitting HTTP posts, or using APIs), nor view the site source code or logic. Client-side logic runs on the Fireglass Threat Isolation Platform, and cannot be bypassed by attackers.

Block automated attacks and control data flow
Since Fireglass delivers web applications as a visual stream, the contents of the HTML is hidden from potential attackers or script. Even if credentials have already been compromised, automated or scripted attacks including credential stuffing and man-in-the-middle are likewise blocked. Fireglass also controls operations such as copy/paste, saving files or images, and printing, which allows full control over data flow.

Provide virtual patching and block application exploits
Fireglass Application Isolation protects web applications by hiding web servers infrastructure and content and management systems so they cannot be exploited even if not patched.


  • Protect internal and cloud applications
  • Block automated and scripted attacks
  • Prevent data theft by malicious or compromised users
  • Block direct access to backend web APIs
  • Transparent to users and applications
  • On premise or cloud deployment


Gartner Report:
Isolation is the single most significant way to eliminate web attacks and will be adopted by most enterprises