tyou wrote:What does "correlation" mean?
eValid does not use the term "correlation."
We did some checking and that term apparently is used by a different product architecture, and describes the special methods that are used to "fix up" the HTTP/S communications stream so it more closely emulates what a user is doing. For example, you need a "correlation" to keep track of a user's session ID that is kept in the query string section of URLs.
eValid doesn't use such methods because they are not needed. Because eValid is already a browser, it naturally does all of the "correlation" needed -- automatically and built in. No need for external "correlation" fixups.