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2 ContentKeeper Web/Content/URL filtering Demonstration

3 Click on any one of the buttons/words in the menu

4 Return to ContentKeeper main menu

5 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Allows you to restart ContentKeeper

6 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Allows you to reboot ContentKeeper

7 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Allows you to shutdown ContentKeeper manually

8 Return to ContentKeeper main menu This is where you would change the Admin password

9 Click here to see historical reclassifications

10 A drop down list allows you to pick the timeframe Return to ContentKeeper main menu

11 Type in some URLs here

12 Then check the URLs current category

13 This shows us the URLs current category, if any Now we can change, amend, or recommend a category

14 We can change each one to a new category, or…

15 …or add to another category. Return to ContentKeeper main menu

16 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Allowing us to create (or retrieve) a backup file of ContentKeeper settings

17 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Records of your site details, which you can amend.

18 Return to ContentKeeper main menu You can type in the new date, or or Synchronise (with your PC)

19 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Allows you to set up a ContentKeeper agent, so that everything is automated

20 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Shows the configuration details for your ContentKeeper appliance

21 Allows us to automatically save (off load) historical reports

22 Type in the destination machine, allocate a password You can nominate FTP or SFTP for security Then pick which reports to save…. Allows you to save the historical reports automatically

23 Choose how you want to save it (what file type)

24 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Choose the time you want it saved Then hit save

25 Let’s select a Policy called “test” Select “test” from the drop down box

26 Select “test” from the drop down box

27 In this example we will use “Local Database”. (but you would normally use your own directory tree – NT, Novell, LDAP, etc) Now we select the type of directory service you use.

28 Remember to ‘enable’ the policy, by ticking the box Then we scroll down to input some user names.

29 We type in some user names George Georgina Jeremy Geoff Then we save

30 From here we can set Categories, File types, Custom URLs, or Other Rules for your users. Select one of these Or return to ContentKeeper main menu

31 And choose for each category There are some 30 categories to choose from Let’s see what options there are…. Click the dropdown box

32 You can choose from the list, for each category “Block” will block the user. Users will see a Red Blocking screen (or you can create your own)

33 The user will see a screen like this Click here to go back to Policies Click here to see the next option (Coaching screen)

34 You can choose from the list, for each category “Coach” will warn the user. They will see a Green Coaching screen (or you can create your own)

35 The user will see a screen like this Click here to go back to Policies Click here to see the next option (Authenticate)

36 You can choose from the list, for each category “Authenticate” will challenge the user before proceeding. They will see a Blue screen asking for their username/ password

37 The user will see a screen like this Click here to go back to Policies Click here to see the next option (PSUs) If the user wishes to continue, they will be asked for their username/password

38 You can choose from the list, for each category Some organisations allow their user ‘some’ time to surf the net freely. The Personal Surfing Units (or PSU), provides control over the amount of time a user can surf freely, within a particular category

39 Personal Surfing Units (PSU) allows a user (or group) to access the web category for a defined period of time Here you can set the amount of time that users are allow ‘free’ access to this category. Let’s return to categories and see the next option (Time of Day)

40 The next option is “Time of Day”, where you can allow users access during particular times of the day For instance, allowing users to access the “News” before 8am and after 5pm and during lunch times

41 You can click on the time of day (and all days will change), or day of week (and all times will change) Very Flexible

42 You can click on the time of day (and all days will change), or day of week (and all times will change) Very Flexible We will return to Policies to see other options Lets “allow”, users to access the News category before 8am after 5pm and lunchtime

43 You can control and flexibility over different file types You can Allow, Block, Coach, Authenticat e or set Time of Day

44 You can control and flexibility over different file types You can Allow, Block, Coach, Authenticat e or set Time of Day

45 You have control and flexibility over different file types You can Add as many types as you like (these are just examples) Let’s return to Policies to see more options Click here

46 You can control individual URLs if you wish (some call this the “white” and “black” list).

47 You can type in an individual URL And still have the flexibility over how you want it controlled. You’ll notice a new option here. “Block and Discard”. This is for things like SpyWare, where there is a lot of repeat blocking. You want it blocked, but don’t necessarily want it clogging up your blocking reports.

48 You can use wildcards, like Allowing (in this case) access to all Government sites, world wide.

49 You can even use ‘arguments’, like No one else can do that ! Lets return to Policies to see more options Click here

50 Other rules For some users, you may want to block them, but not have it appear in the reports

51 Other rules Alternatively, perhaps you want sites blocked, but don’t want to generate a blocking page You can return to Policies Click here Or return to ContentKeeper main menu

52 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Allows you to quickly see which policies are enabled and quickly see a report

53 Allows you to verify the category of a URL and what would happen if a particular user or PC were to request it Just type in the URL… either the IP address or a username geoff now Verify

54 Return to ContentKeeper main menu ContentKeeper reports to you, what the user would see.

55 Return to ContentKeeper main menu This allows you to change the name of the categories, so they may be more recognisable for you

56 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Lets you see (and set) the port number This lets you set which categories are ‘live’ blocked You can turn blocking ‘on’ (or off into Silent mode, so we can just monitor.

57 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Lets us exclude (or include) specific machines (IP addresses)

58 Return to ContentKeeper main menu If you would like, you can set up your own customised blocking page, with your logo and Internet usage policy details

59 This allows us to configure the username resolution, by the many options of IP address, or…

60 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Or using your own Proxy authentication. Whichever is easier and more relevant to your site Of course, there is always the ‘automatic’ setting !

61 Lets you choose your management port settings Return to ContentKeeper main menu

62 For failsafe, some organisations use a High Availability Module (H.A.M.) This allows you to manage it, remotely Return to ContentKeeper main menu

63 Allows you to enable/disable reclassification by users Return to ContentKeeper main menu

64 Provides flexibility to set up the network cards Return to ContentKeeper main menu …and reports back

65 Generates the point, from which authentication occurs (when/if the user is challenged by an Authenticate page.) Return to ContentKeeper main menu

66 Department heads can be given access to an automatically generated report, just of their employees Allocate a user (and password) Click here to generate a test report Then choose the department

67 Insert the username and password we just created ckadmin ******

68 Select the period of time, you want the report to cover (the department head can do this too)

69 We will now return to the ContentKeeper main menu This is a Blocking report, based on a Policy called “geoff”. It can sorted by any of the grey buttons. You can see who was blocked, from what machine (IP address), Time, method of blocking, etc

70 Insert slides Needs new Blocking, Then sorted by each column

71 ContentKeeper allows you to create your own groups (in addition to your existing Directory service groups) Return to ContentKeeper main menu

72 Just provide the Server IP and Ck will automatically import all your usernames, groups, eDirectory, etc Return to ContentKeeper main menu

73 Allows you to select which historical log file you require. Showing you the size of each file Lets select the Internet Activity file

74 You can select the format you want to save it in.

75 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Then you download it to a folder/directory that you nominate.

76 Let’s have a look at the stats for Jan 2004

77 Statistics for January by Hits Number of pages by size etc Graphical representation too ! Scroll down

78 Daily statistics Ease to see graphs Scroll down

79 Top 30 URLs requested Scroll down

80 Top 30 URLs by size Scroll down

81 Top users by domain Scroll down (last one)

82 Top users by username We will go back to the main menu

83 Return to ContentKeeper main menu Shows current Internet activity, by site, by user.

84 Current Blocking report You can see who has been blocked, coached (warned) or Authenticated Scroll down

85 We will return to ContentKeeper main menu You can set ContentKeeper in “silent” mode, to see how the Policy would work. These users weren’t blocked, but would have been if the Policy “mario” was turned on.

86 Dynamic Activity Viewer allows you to selected the activity you want to see and see it in real- time. Let’s see what Internet activity is going on. You will see who is surfing to where in real time. It will continue to scroll down as user requests are accepted. Now let’s choose to see who is being blocked.

87 Live Blocking activity shows users who are being blocked, in real- time. Now let’s choose “Discarded Block Activity”.

88 Live Discarded Blocking Activity shows activity that has been blocked, but does not appear In the blocking report eg: Spyware. Now let’s choose the “Coach” activity.

89 We will return to the main menu Live Coach Activity shows users that are deciding to click-thru after receiving a Coach (warning) screen. The window will scroll through, as activity occurs.

90 We can choose the period of time we wish to monitor We will search for the activity of “jeremy”. jeremy Now Generate the report.

91 We can choose the ones in colour. The ones in black mean there has been none of this activity in the period we have chosen (remember we chose to see activity in last hour) Choose one, or you can go back to the main menu

92 Return to ContentKeeper main menu

93 Return to ContentKeeper main menu As you can see, Jeremy certainly has been busy

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95 We will go back to the main menu

96 You pressed the wrong button Click here And you will be returned to the ContentKeeper main menu


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