HLN has developed a web-based utility for file upload, storage, and download. Requiring nothing more than a standard web browser, this utility enables users to upload files to a private directory or a group directory for secure sharing and can be easily customized to match your website style. When used in conjunction with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), the transmission of files to the repository is encrypted and HIPAA compliant, which is particularly useful for secure file submission and collection applications over the Internet where additional products (like SSH and FTP) are not practical. (Refer to Terms of Software License)
- Simplicity: WFR obviates the need to maintain multiple distinct virtual private networks (VPNs) with providers in order to provide secure transport for file transactions, thereby minimizing cost and support burdens.
- Flexibility: WFR accommodates both small providers and large providers on the same platform to support data exchange needs and capabilities of all participants.
- Security: When used in conjunction with SSL, transmission of files is encrypted and HIPAA compliant.
- Ease of Use: Requiring nothing more than a standard web browser, WFR runs on various systems including Windows, Macintosh, and Unix desktops and can be easily customized based on user specifications.
- Upload or download files of any format or size through a standard web browser.
- Secure files through individual usernames and passwords.
- Share folders within the groups of users.
- Create nested folders.
- Rename files or folders.
- File and directory sorting by name and date.
- E-mail notification of file changes or downloads from group folders.
- Easy online utility for managing users and groups.
- Supports full 128-bit encryption during transmission via SSL.
- Configurable authentication/authorization backend supports Basic Auth, Cosign, LDAP and passwords out of the box.
- Optional selective encryption for files with symmetric or asymmetric keys.
- Data passes easily through any firewall that supports HTTP (port 80) or HTTPS (port 443) traffic.
- Command-line client allows automated processing of files on remote clients.
- Runs on Unix or Microsoft Windows Server platforms.