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SlashGrid is an HTTP(S) client added to GridSite in version 1.3.0, which allows remote HTTP(S) servers to be presented to users as part of their local filesystem. The SlashGrid daemon communicates via the Linux FUSE kernel module, and uses functions from libcurl and libgridsite to access HTTP(S) web/file servers. SlashGrid will use an X.509 Proxy Certificate in HTTPS requests if the user has one. If the remote server is based on GridSite, the full access control model based on X.509 and VOMS credentials can be used.

SlashGrid is multi-threaded with proper separation of user credentials (including allowing multiple users of a machine to access remote hosts simu