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Need for Content Security
The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best

website security policy  IP number to its website name and block access if it contains restricted words or is on the banned list. For e.g. www.sex-circus.com can be accessed through its IP, http://198.63.10.71 when you use other Content Security software. Softwareâ€s like eScan are intelligent enough to translate the IP to its URL and block it. Filter Category: The software should allow you to create category of filters for block and allow site. Sites related to the category can be listed there. For e.g. Pornography Category

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