Patent covers platform that manages relationships with technology partners Greenwood Village, Colorado – May 21, 2012 – zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of website categorization and URL database solutions for the OEM market, announced today that it has been granted U.S. Patent No. 8,180,909 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The patent is titled…
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zvelo’s proprietary AI-based threat detection and categorization technologies, combines curated domains, threat and other data feeds, with a traffic stream from its partner network of 600+ million users to provide unmatched visibility, coverage, reach and accuracy for powering applications including web and DNS filtering, cyber threat intelligence, endpoint security, XDR, SASE, brand safety & contextual targeting, and more.
Greenwood Village, Colorado – March 22, 2012 – zvelo, Inc. has announced its 100th OEM for its zveloDB™ – URL Database offering. These OEMs represent a wide array of markets, including online advertising, mobile security, anti-virus software, service providers, gateway appliance, business network security, web filtering, web analytics and more.
zvelo, a leading provider of website categorization, URL database (zveloDB®) and malicious website detection technologies for the OEM market, has expanded its automated URL categorization engine to support Arabic language web pages.
A senior engineer within zvelo, a leading provider of website categorization, URL database and real-time malicious website detection solutions for the OEM market, has discovered a significant security vulnerability in the Google Wallet mobile phone payment system.
With the increasing complexity of threats appearing on the Internet, coupled with the rapid development of security products designed to mitigate them, the number of phishing-based attacks have grown. In the first half of 2011 and compared to the second half of 2010, the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) reported a 62% increase in unique phishing attacks worldwide in 200 top-level domains (TLDs).1 This trend warrants swift action to address the growing threat.
zvelo, a leading provider of website categorization, URL database (zveloDB®) and real-time malicious website detection solutions for the OEM market, has announced complete categorization support for Japanese and Dutch language web pages.
IPv6 enabled websites are steadily increasing as the availability of IPv4 addresses continue to diminish. While most current company network architectures already support IPv4, it is crucial that applications be ready to support the new IPv6. Migrating to IPv6 is not easy and challenges may arise involving both the network and application layers, as zveloLABS.
zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of website categorization technologies for the OEM market, announced that it has released zvelo Instant Protection (zIP) – a powerful new enhancement for its zveloDB SDK deployments. zvelo Instant Protection is a cutting-edge feature designed to provide push/pull real-time updates to local zveloDB SDKs on important category changes for newly identified blockable (adult, porn, hate, criminal, etc.), malicious (malware, spyware, phishing, compromised, etc.) and recategorized URLs.
The 2011 Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) eCrime Researchers Summit, out of San Diego, California, moved fast with a number of interesting presentations and fascinating people. The APWG is a non-profit global pan-industrial and law enforcement association focused on eliminating the fraud, crime and identity theft that results from phishing, pharming, malware and e-mail spoofing of all types. The eCrime Researchers Summit brings together malware researchers, counter-eCrime developers and responders, and includes the 2011 Fall General Meeting. Here are some highlights from the event.
zvelo is proud to support the Internet Watch Foundation in its mission to make the internet a safer place for all. By working to assess and remove webpages that disseminate criminal content and child sexual abuse content, the IWF is helping to stop criminal activity and to protect web users.