URLfilterDB offers prime internet filtering software. A URL filter is a software program that resides on a proxy server and blocks undesired web pages on the Internet, based on web page URLs. The URL filter can be configured to block certain types (categories) of web pages. URLfilterDB focuses exclusively on filtering consumer websites your employees visit for personal interest; it does not block any sites that your organization needs to access for daily business. The core URLfilterDB products are:

ufdbGuard   Open Source logo

ufdbGuard is an extremely fast and free URL filter, with an amazing 60,000 URL verifications/sec on a single processor. It is designed to work with our URLfilterDB database, but it may also be used with another database or text input file. And best of all, it’s free for use.

Powerful User Policies

With ufdbGuard one can have different policies for different groups of users, create user-defined URL tables, and query user authorities like LDAP, Kerberos or Active Directory to import the usernames of the groups.

URL database

The URL database of URLfilterDB can be used by ufdbGuard, the ufdbGuard API and the REST API
URL filtering by ufdbGuard
ufdbGuard and the URL database from URLfilterDB are an extremely cost-effective and high-quality URL filter.  This URL filter enables you to enforce an Internet Usage Policy.  This policy might prohibit your employees from reading personal emails, visit entertainment websites, use VPNs, Tor, SSH tunnels, SafeSurf etc.  The ufdbGuard API is a software library that can be incorporated in 3rd party applications.  Our products offer high quality in blocking only those URLs you do not want visited by your users, while not unintentionally blocking any websites that should be allowed for access.  Depending on the web surfing behavior of the users, bandwidth usage on your network may decrease by 40%.  Blocking advertisements and trackers results in reduced bandwidth usage and reduced loading times of web pages. URLfilterDB offers the best return on investment!

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