GFI WebMonitor is a free trial software application from the Access Control subcategory, part of the Security & Privacy category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2009-04-08. The program can be installed on Windows2000, Windows2003.
GFI WebMonitor lets you control your Internet users website-browsing habits and monitor downloads in real-time. Ideal for SMB needs, GFI WebMonitor is used by thousands of customers and is available at an unbeatable price.
Research by IDC shows that up to 40% of employee internet activity is non-work related! GFI WebMonitor for ISA Server helps network administrators control employees browsing habits, and monitor downloads to ensure they are virus free. This helps boost employee productivity by allowing total control over what your employees can access online, in real-time.
GFI WebMonitor uses WebGrade, which is a 100% human-reviewed site categorization database including over 165,000,000 domains. This solution lets you filter the sites that your users can browse whilst blocking access to websites in particular categories, such as adult, online gaming, personal email, P2P and travel websites.
Furthermore, GFI WebMonitor allows you to monitor user downloads in real-time, letting you block file-types such as mp3s. It also scans all files for viruses, spyware and malware using multiple anti-virus engines. Using this multiple anti-virus engine approach drastically decreases the time to obtain virus signatures, thereby reducing the possibility of infection. GFI WebMonitor lowers the risk of social engineering by blocking access to phishing websites through the use of an auto-updatable database of phishing URLs.
GFI WebMonitor (version 2009) has a file size of 12.90 MB and is available for download from our website.
Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 195 times.
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