Logix to market web-filtering software in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 31 October 2002, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Logix Microsystems Limited, a software solutions company has tied up with the Australia based ContentKeeper Technologies for the supply, commissioning and after sales support of their products in India, the company announced in an official release.

ContentKeeper is a second-generation web filtering technology available as an appliance or installable software, and is designed to assist organizations for better management of their user access to Internet resources, the company claimed.

Announcing the pact, Sanjay Soni, managing director of Logix said, "ContentKeeper allows organizations to manage, monitor and control user access to internet resources. “

ContentKeeper is an appliance and associated update service designed to fit easily and transparently into large or small computing network environments. It allows organizations to develop and enforce their own Internet acceptable use policies. It monitors non-business related Web surfing and file downloads.

ContentKeeper utilizes both the control list containing millions of categorized Internet URLs (web-pages) and the latest in M.A.R.I.O. real time blocking, analysis and classification engine to catch new and previously unseen sites. It automatically
updates its control list on an hourly basis, delivered by a ContentKeeper’s "TrickleFeed" technology.

ContentKeeper uses US Patent Pending "Closed Loop Collaborative Filtering" technology that ensures that ContentKeeper is superior in its ability to manage and control access in the rapidly changing Internet world, the company said.

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