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Content Filtering Client

The SonicWall Content Filtering Client is a web filtering service that blocks inappropriate, unproductive, illegal and malicious web content for devices outside the network.
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Comprehensive web content security for remote devices

The SonicWall Content Filtering Client is a web filtering service that blocks inappropriate, unproductive, illegal and malicious web content for devices outside the network.

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Content Filtering Client

The SonicWall Content Filtering Client is designed for users outside the corporate network and enables administrators to:

  • Designed for users outside the corporate network 
  • Block access malicious URLs, domains and IP addresses
  • Limit access to specific sites based on category
  • Enforce YouTube and Safe Search policies
  • Throttle the bandwidth on sites such as Facebook 
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Dynamic rating architecture

SonicWall CFS has categorized over 20 million URLs, IP addresses and domains in a continuously updated, dynamically rated database, with thousands more added daily. Because the ratings are determined both by artificial intelligence and human observation, the database is highly accurate and false positives are minimized.

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Granular web content filtering

The policy-based system allows the administrator to block pre-defined categories in any combination, and to apply these policies on a granular level. For example, if one group of users requires access to sites in one category, this level of access can be granted while still denying access to other user groups (e.g. teachers vs. students).

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Easy-to-use web management interface

Gain more visibility into your organization’s web usage and save time with an easy-to-manage, web-based user interface.

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Scalable and cost effective

Control content filtering from your SonicWall firewall, eliminating the need for additional hardware or deployment expenditures on a separate dedicated filtering server.