Remotely access private local networks and IoT devices like cameras and more with Fognigma’s Netcutter.

Secure Remote Access

A Netcutter connects to a Fognigma Network and appears as an Exit Point, generating traffic from the location it’s installed. If placed in a local network, authorized users can access the private resources on that remote network by connecting to the Netcutter’s Exit Point through Fognigma.

Global Exit Points

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

VDI Integration

Netcutters are compatible with Fognigma’s virtual desktops. By selecting the Netcutter Exit Point through an onboard application, VDI users anywhere in the world can monitor private resources remotely or generate traffic from the Netcutter's location.

Cellular Integration

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

Protect Isolated Resources & Access Them From Anywhere

Netcutters help organizations avoid unwanted attention from attackers generated by inbound traffic coming through a conventional firewall, placing them under the protection of Fognigma without having to sacrifice ease of access.


Scenario: Remote Monitoring

An organization based in Northern California has a remote facility located in Southern California, hours away from their headquarters office. Rather than dedicating staff, time, money, and cost to physically travel to the facility to monitor cameras and network security, administrators create a firewall for the network to block all inbound traffic. Then they connect a Netcutter to the remote facility’s network and configure a whitelist so Fognigma-protected users can connect to the device’s Exit Point and access LAN resources.