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Web Content Control Application Providing Secure & Reliable Internet Access December 2010.

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1 Web Content Control Application Providing Secure & Reliable Internet Access December 2010

2 Web Content Control (WCC)- Definition Content-control software, also known as censorware or web filtering software, is a term for software designed and optimized for controlling what content is permitted to a reader, especially when it is used to restrict material delivered over the Web. Content-control software determines what content will be available on a particular machine or network; the motive is often to prevent persons from viewing content which the computer's owner(s) or other authorities may consider objectionable; when imposed without the consent of the user, content control can constitute censorship. Common use cases of such software include parents who wish to limit what sites their children may view from home computers, schools performing the same function with regard to computers found at school, and employers restricting what content may be viewed by employees while on the job. Source Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3 Web Content Control (WCC)- Key Drivers Web Content Control (WCC) is the ability to Identify, Control and Report the use of Internet Access from any given location within an organizations network toward any given destination on the Internet and vice versa. WCC allow organizations to make a more efficient use of the available Internet Resources (i.e. bandwidth) while avoiding access to specific Internet contents (i.e. Gaming, Dating, Sex-related content) accordingly to the nature and purpose of the organization, and avoiding improper utilization while enhancing the performance of the organization-sponsored activities such as investigation, communication and information sharing. AtomOS Web Content Control Content Control, Firewall & Security PCs at Cyber-coffees, Internet Hot Spots, etc

4 Web Content Control (WCC)- How does it work? AtomOS Web Content Control PCs at Cyber-coffees, Internet Hot Spots, etc Application and/or Service Identification Traffic Control Shaping, Blocking, Redirecting Reporting & Statistics Application and/or Service Identification: is the ability of the WCC Software to identify Web/Internet specific traffic over which certain actions are required; it could be an specific Internet Service such as Voice over IP, specific Internet sites via Web Browsing (http) or even specific content within any Web Page (URL Black Lists, real time web-page text search, etc.) Traffic Control: this refers to the action the WCC Software will execute on any specific traffic once identified; options includes Blocking, Shaping (bandwidth control), Redirecting (toward Captive portals or alternate sites) or simple pass-through Reporting & Statistics: this refers to the ability to keep accurate tracking of all users/traffic behavior for posterior analysis and statistical use

5 Web Content Control (WCC) - How does it work? Application and/or Service Identification Application and/or Service Identification Traffic Control Shaping, Blocking, Redirecting Reporting & Statistics Blocked URLs (avoided Web Sites) are dynamically updated from the Internet through well-known Black- List Services AtomOS WCC can dynamically search within text of the web pages being requested and block URL based on common patterns/keywords AtomOS WCC allows dynamic URL reporting by end users as well as de-listing requested for improper blocked ones Blocked URLs (avoided Web Sites) are dynamically updated from the Internet through well-known Black- List Services AtomOS WCC can dynamically search within text of the web pages being requested and block URL based on common patterns/keywords AtomOS WCC allows dynamic URL reporting by end users as well as de-listing requested for improper blocked ones Over 15 Million Classified URL Categorized by Profiles, Topics, etc. Over 15 Million Classified URL Categorized by Profiles, Topics, etc. Real Time Web Page Text Search Real Time Web Page Text Search

6 Web Content Control (WCC)- How does it work? Traffic Control Application and/or Service Identification Traffic Control Blocking, Shaping, Redirecting Reporting & Statistics Any Logical action can be taken on the Identified URL/Traffic such as Block, Shape or Redirect. Traffic Control measures can be applied on any specific time & date to each Blacklist independently Any Logical action can be taken on the Identified URL/Traffic such as Block, Shape or Redirect. Traffic Control measures can be applied on any specific time & date to each Blacklist independently Over 15 Million Classified URL Categorized by Profiles, Topics, etc. Over 15 Million Classified URL Categorized by Profiles, Topics, etc. Real Time Web Page Text Search Real Time Web Page Text Search

7 Web Content Control (WCC)- Enabling WCC within a Cybercafe 1/3 Internet Service Cyber Cafe Users Cyber Cafe Admin Improper Content (Sex, Violence, etc.) No Web Control Scenario

8 Web Content Control (WCC)- Enabling WCC within a Cybercafe 2/3 Internet Service Cyber Cafe Users Cyber Cafe Admin AtomOS WCC URL Black Lists WCC Appliance URL Blacklist Download and Configuration URL List Selection (by Topic, Time of the Day, etc.) Action Selection: Block Reporting

9 Web Content Control (WCC)- Enabling WCC within a Cybercafe 1/3 Internet Service Cyber Cafe Users Cyber Cafe Admin Improper Content (Sex, Violence, etc.) AtomOS WCC X X WCC Appliance Navigation/Internet Control User Protection Law Compliance More available Bandwidth Better Service

10 AtomAMPD Solutions for Web Content Control- What is AtomOS? AtomAMPDs Operating System (AtomOS) is a next generation, open and flexible software platform which delivers a wide set of communication services for Small-Medium-Large Enterprises as well as mid-to-large Service Providers in different areas such as IP Routing, VPN, Firewall, Radius Server/Proxy, DNS/DHCP Server/Proxy, IP Telephony among others. AtomOS can either run on application-tailored AtomAMPD networking appliances, as well as on 3 rd Party Hardware platforms such as a standard PC Server (Intel-based) AtomOS AtomOS Software AtomGUI

11 AtomAMPD Solutions for Web Content Control- Advantages at a glance 1/2 AtomOS provides an easy to configure (via http web access) Graphic User Interface (AtomGUI) which allows end users to quickly configure WCC services in either a centralized management fashion and/or a distributed approach. AtomOS automatically synchronizes with well-known Internet available black- list services which provides an accurate and updated source for malicious or improper Internet sites AtomOS allows an organization to proactively block/control remote-user access to specific organization content and/or simply monitor and track user behavior AtomOS Web Content Control Content Control, Firewall & Security PCs at Cyber-coffees, Internet Hot Spots, etc

12 AtomAMPD Solutions for Web Content Control- Advantages at a glance 1/2 AtomOS can either run on AtomAMPD network-appliances or standard PC Hardware, allowing a cost-effective introduction in such scenarios/applications that require low-cost approaches –A standard Pentium PC with moderate RAM/HD can provide fast & secure WCC service to over 200 average Internet surfers AtomOS can be leveraged in many other applications, simplifying network architecture while reducing CAPEX and OPEX: –DNS/DHCP Server/Relay –Firewall –Captive portal –Wireless Access Control & etc. AtomOS Standard PC Content Control, Firewall & Security PCs at Cyber-coffees, Internet Hot Spots, etc

13 AtomOS WCC Typical Network Setup- Example: Connection Center Internet Service Internet Users Cyber Cafe Admin AtomAMPD WCC PrintersCash Register Voice Over IP Web Control + Optional Modules: Internet Load Balancing Firewall (Security) IP-PBX (VoIP) Captive Portal


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