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    From Lawrence D'Oliveiro@21:1/5 to All on Sun May 12 03:36:59 2024
    So, the terminology is that a “proxy” is something that web clients have
    to go through, that constrains the sites they can visit. Whereas a
    “reverse proxy” is something on the server side, that controls access to back-end processes that are not otherwise publicly accessible.

    It’s the same sort of thing. One is a “client-side proxy”, and the other is a “server-side proxy”. Don’t you think that terminology is clearer?

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