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.

Raising AutoCat: Web Analysts Role in zvelo Categorization Accuracy

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Imagine for a second you were presented with a superhuman baby having the ability to learn and retain vast amounts of information. We’ll make it a girl super baby as a tribute to fem-heroes of comic book past. Now, what if on your shoulders lays the opportunity to raise her up and teach her the sum of all human knowledge that ever existed? Like every good mentor, you watch her closely making sure her misunderstandings and confusions are always kept checked, corrected, and resolved. You take pride in how accurate she becomes and are quick to reply “Bring it!” to anyone who wants to test her knowledge. Here at zvelo this what-if situation is a reality and I’d like to share with you the experience of training and working with an intelligent being day after day.

Use of Web Anonymizers to Hide Illegal Online Activity on the Rise

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The recent crackdown on well-known Torrent services, aided by Internet Service Providers, has led to the increasing use of anonymizers. As the name implies, anonymizers allow for anonymous web browsing and are used by end users to bypass restrictions or blocks to web content. Anonymizers are proxy services, or “proxies,” that receive and execute web requests on behalf of the user, making online activity untraceable. It is the untraceable aspect of anonymizers that has caught the attention of the underground community.

Embedded URL Categorization for Web Content Filtering OEMs

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes If the top Google suggestions for “how to get around” prove anything, it’s that people want access to websites like Facebook and YouTube during times and at places where such web usage is normally prohibited. In fact, “how to get around blocked sites” is the number one “get around” topic suggestion on Google. Students seek ways to thwart content filters at schools, and employees try to outwit the policy management controls of enterprise networks.

Why the Magic Behind Kerio Web Filter Makes Your Network Much More Secure

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An Interview with Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo

You have the firewall that blocks incoming viruses, worms and spyware. However, if you are not utilizing web filtering, your IT security solution is not complete. Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, recently interviewed with Kerio, a zvelo OEM Partner, about zvelo’s web categorization services used in the Kerio Web Filter.

 

Kerio Web Filter Webinar

Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute In this FREE and live Kerio Webinar, industry expert Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, will be a guest speaker, taking an in-depth look at the latest innovations and cutting-edge technology found in Kerio Web Filter, including its use of the zvelo’s distributed neural network, zveloNET® (formerly SiteFilter), for the real-time detection, inspection, categorization and verification of ActiveWeb sites collected from the global user community. 

Secure web filtering leader hiring in US and RP

Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute     Jeff Finn, zvelo chief executive officer says “It’s an exciting time for zvelo because demand for the product is accelerating as security vendors are increasingly recognizing the need to incorporate security with their web filtering. We plan to fill over 20 highly skilled positions during the next few quarters in Denver and Manila…”…

Poisoned search results – Super Bowl

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes The Super Bowl is the one of the biggest and most watched television events of the year in the United States. People everywhere scour the internet looking for predictions, gambling spreads and news before the event and scores, stories and clips after the event.  In anticipation of the increased search traffic for Super Bowl related terms, cybercriminals have shown themselves to be well-organized and planning ahead.  Search results for Super Bowl related search terms are already turning up top-ten results linked to malicious websites.