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Chaser Systems | 2.5.0

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 18.04 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Paul S.

Secure egress solution with very straightforward rule configuration

  • November 19, 2021
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What do you like best?
We really like the speed and simplicity of deployment using Terraform with the vendor-supplied modules, no need for console access, and authorization determined by security group rule descriptions. We initially used the "see-thru" mode to determine existing outbound traffic without enforcement.

We simply replaced our existing NAT Gateways with DiscrimiNAT, added the rules to our security groups, then checked traffic details in CloudWatch logs (AWS) or Cloud Logging (GCP).

It's particularly well suited to our organization with a large number of autonomous teams who want a simple, secure egress solution that's easy to configure, no change to application code, and no need for explicit proxy settings.

DiscrimiNAT is available via AWS and GCP Marketplaces, so it's easy to procure - as the cost is simply included in the monthly cloud provider bill.

There's a high standard of documentation with example Terraform code, and we received a prompt response to a minor technical query.
What do you dislike?
One downside of DiscrimiNAT is that it can't filter on URL path - for example, you can't block all of except for However, implementing that level of control would require an SSL interception solution which isn't suitable for us, due to the need to install the proxy certificate chain as trusted in our server operating systems and applications.
What problems is the product solving and how is that benefiting you?
DiscrimiNAT provides controlled egress to authorized domains from cloud computing environments in AWS and GCP, using TLS and SSH. It significantly reduces the risk of data exfiltration, malware, and command and control using reverse shell attacks.

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