zvelo is the provider of the most advanced URL Database for Web Categorization and Malicious Detection—designed for OEMs, device manufacturer’s, and Network Security vendors. zvelo’s content categorization engines power web filtering and parental controls, whitelists and blacklists for anti-virus companies, home network protection devices, and much more. By categorizing content into topic-based, objectionable, and malicious category groupings—zveloDB provides the most advanced malicious detection for advanced threat intelligence and cybersecurity.

zvelo Launches Data as a Service Platform, zveloDP™ and API

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes zvelo, the leading provider of website and device categorization, today announced the launch of zveloDP – an open, scalable, Data as a Service (“Daas”) platform which provides access to page-level, traffic and device categorization (including malicious and profiling) datasets through easy-to-implement APIs.  

Google Open-sources its AI Software, SyntaxNet

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes Artificial Intelligence Software, SyntaxNet, is now Open-Source Google open-sourced its artificial intelligence software, SyntaxNet, aiming to get more human brains attacking the challenge of natural language understanding by computers. Ultimately the company hopes to accelerate the progress of natural language research and development by provided free access to their software. At it’s core, SyntaxNet is basically a…

Explaining zvelo Contextual Categorization

Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes   The URL checker found on the zvelo.com homepage, previously known as the “Test-a-site” tool, serves to demo various contextual categorizations about URLs that can be derived by licensing zvelo contextual categorization and malicious website detection services. When queried, the URL checker yields a sample of data sets stored within the zvelo URL database, via…

To WWW or Not to WWW? – zvelo categorization

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If one performs the search “use www or not,” well over a billion results in many of the most popular search engines are returned. The focus of each result may differ. For zvelo, the usage is irrelevant because its contextual categorization processes are designed to identify and handle each component of a URL. At a simplistic view, the basic components of a URL are the following: