Access LAN or Private Resources Remotely

Fognigma’s Netcutter allows users to access isolated resources across a secure invisible Fognigma network, so inbound traffic can’t be seen. All users have to do is plug one side of the Netcutter into the internet, and the other side into their isolated network or device. Every user and device enters through a different entry point, ensuring no one can associate users traffic with the isolated network. Only administrators can access where the Netcutter is located and only devices that admins have configured the Netcutter to can access the resources. Allow your users to access private/LAN resources through the networked world completely undetected with Netcutter. 


Protect Isolated Resources & Provide Access To Them

Fognigma's Netcutter is a hardware device that creates an Exit Point in any location and allows users to remotely access private resources as if they were local to them privately. 

Remote Access To Private Resources With Netcutter
Mission partner networks

Remote Access

Netcutters connect to a Fognigma VPN and appear as an Exit Point. If they are installed in a remote, secure network, authorized users can access the private resources on that remote network as long as they are connected to the Netcutter’s Exit Point.

Works on any device

Cellular Integration

Users with 3G/4G cellular service can connect a Netcutter to a mobile phone to generate an Exit Point from the mobile phone's network. Once connected, their web traffic will appear to be originating from that cellular network and location.

Misattributed users

Exit Points Anywhere

Since Netcutter can connect to two networks simultaneously, one to communicate with a Fognigma VPN and one to direct network traffic from inside the VPN, a Netcutter can create a Fognigma Exit point anywhere in the world.

Virtual desktop infrastructure

VDI Integration

Netcutters are fully compatible with Fognigma-protected VDIs. With the pre-installed Exit Switcher application, VDI users can select the Netcutter Exit Point to monitor private resources remotely or appear to be using the Internet from the Netcutter's location.