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Knowledgebase : Product Manual > Internet Filtering > Content Filtering
The first thing to decide with regard to content filtering is whether to run individual subnets in transparent or non-transparent (proxy server) mode. In transparent mode, no client configuration is required -- the CIPAFilter simply intercepts all t...
PROXY AUTHENTICATION SETTINGS CIPAFilter supports internal authentication via the USER MANAGER, as well as external authentication via LDAP. CIPAFilter external authentication systems support Windows Active Directory, Apple Open Directory, and Nove...
Selecting TURN ON SSL DECRYPTION causes the CIPAFilter to decrypt secured (HTTPS) Web traffic for clients which are being proxied either non-transparently or transparently with Yes+SSL enabled. This enables a number of advanced filtering functions for ...
The captive portal is SSL-encrypted (that is, it uses the HTTPS protocol) for security. Without this encryption, it would be extremely easy for anyone on your organization's network to view the traffic moving between other clients and the portal, and b...
With the arrival of IE 10, Microsoft invalidated the old way of pushing settings for users via Group Policy. The halcyon days of IEM (Internet Explorer Maintenance) are gone, and in their place is GPP (Group Policy Preferences). This is a fairly straight ...
The APPLICATION CONTROL page is used to administer the filter's application firewall. This feature works similarly to the standard FIREWALL, except that it can identify specific applications, protocols, and domains via deep packet inspection. For example,...
Google APIs support the use of the OAuth 2.0 [https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2] protocol; among other things, this allows Cipafilter to securely interface with Google Apps domains for the purpose of authentication. Two distinct but rel...
This page allows you to configure certain groups or subnets to be mapped to a different group at specific times of day. If a subnet is mapped to a group, all users on that subnet will be treated as members of the group during the times of day specified ...
The Cipafilter portal is a Web site that acts as a central point for Web-based authentication and SSL certificate installation. It can be accessed manually from any client which is proxying through the Cipafilter via portal.cipafilter.com [http://portal.c...
The first thing to decide with regard to Web filtering is whether to run individual subnets in transparent or non-transparent (proxy server) mode. In transparent mode, no client configuration is required — the Cipafilter simply intercepts all traffic on...
The first thing to decide with regard to content filtering is whether to run individual subnets in transparent or non-transparent (proxy server) mode. In transparent mode, no client configuration is required — the Cipafilter simply intercepts all traffi...
Google APIs support the use of the OAuth 2.0 [https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2] protocol; among other things, this allows Cipafilter to securely interface with Google Apps domains for the purpose of authentication. Two distinct but rel...
Permissions Scheduling can be used to alter filtering permissions for a filtering group or a subnet based up time of day. If a group is mapped to another group, all users in the first group will be treated as members of the second group during the times...
The Cipafilter portal is a Web site that acts as a central point for Web-based authentication and SSL certificate installation. It can be accessed manually from any client which is proxying through the Cipafilter via portal.cipafilter.com [http://portal.c...
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