TrustPort WebFilter enables the monitoring of web activities, and if necessary can restrict access to certain website categories. Based on analysis of the web address and its content, the page is labeled either as a safe site, or assigned to a certain category of undesirable sites. The network administrator also has graphic statistics of all web filtering to their disposal.
Main features: Elimination of inappropriate web browsing Reducing the risk of viruses from the web Optimizing the use of connectivity Increasing employee work efficiency Blocking illegal downloading Protection of company reputation Monitoring web activities Protection of children from inappropriate content Categorization of websites For filtering the program uses twenty-three categories of web content. It works with a daily updated database of categorized web addresses. In addition, it also uses heuristic analysis which compares the website with dictionary expressions that are specific to each category. Some examples include: drugs, gambling, violence and aggression, pornography, illegal software Filtering levels User filter Contains lists of expressly prohibited or permitted sites which are maintained by the network administrator. If the navigated site is not on one of the lists, the process moves to the next filter. Common filter Is based on a database of web addresses which are supplied and updated by the manufacturer. Visit to a website that falls within the illegal category will be impossible, or the site will be entered into the record. Heuristic filter Conducts an analysis of the web address and its content which was released by the earlier filters. Subsequently, the page is included into one of the categories or it sent to the user for viewing. From each conducted analysis, the program also better learns to identify unwanted categories. Timeline filter Sets the daily and weekly schedule of activation or deactivation of all previous filters