What is HTTP Tunneling?

Encapsulating private network data/information and sending it across a public network is referred to as HTTP tunnelling. Tunneling encrypts data and wraps it in a link rather than delivering it as a packet. Outside clients can use this procedure to gather all of the data sent by the client-side Object Request Broker (ORB) that needs to be forwarded to the server-side ORB. Other protocol queries are disguised as HTTP requests using HTTP tunnelling.