NetSTARs inCompass® Web-Filtering SDK incorporates NetSTAR's proprietary technology comprised of four layers of web filtering and categorization, providing the next step in web and url categorization by introducing the industries only Fourth Generation Web Filtering and content analysis SDK for the OEM market.
Large web sites can have thousands, or even tens of thousands, of unique pages, and sites like CNN often have over 300 links on the front page alone. Dynamically generated and social media sites can have an infinite number of pages with every changing content, topics, as well as unknown possible malware exploits and security risk embedded or pulled in through a mashup. New sites are added to the internet every day, with some projections from IDC suggesting that there are over 30,000 new URLs registered on a daily basis just for pornography sites along. Traditional categorization and blocking technologies can not keep up with the churn, staying current is required for web filtering and categorization to work properly. This is why NetSTARs inCompass Web Filtering and Categorization SDK is uniquely different than any other web filtering and URL security solution on the market today and preferred by OEMs in diverse markets.
NetSTARs inCompass Web-Filtering SDK represents a new, 4th generation, technology and approach by providing a revolutionary four layer technology solution ready for OEM integration as a local, cloud, or hybrid solution.
Using one of the industries most comprehensive categorization databases, real-time dynamic filtering iCCE, real-time background filtering BaCCE and a comprehensive approach to finding, validating, and updating categorized sites backed by the quality assurance of CTRL, NetSTAR proudly delivers our OEM partners a technology that insures instant (real-time) categorization, regardless of how obscure or new the content is, full global coverage, regional url specific capability and support, and a robust and refined technology for dramatically improved accuracy and coverage that other vendors often claim, but fail to deliver on.
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