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How to implement URL keyword filtering in your network by CxBlock.

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  • How to implement URL keyword filtering in your network by CxBlock.

    We have CxBlock that is Chrome/Edge extension. We made it as a remote filtering agent but this time we will talk about using it in your local network for URL keyword filtering and browser level extra protection.

    1. URL keyword filtering
    You can block URLs containing specific keywords by CxBlock. The latest version of CxBlock supports regular expressions. This means that you can block Google and Bing only with specific search keywords.

    2. Extra protection on browser level
    Some of your users try to bypass filtering. You can install CxBlock to their browsers and block websites on browser level.

    3. Easy setup
    In old days, you have to set Server IP and Login Token for CxBlock. You could use Chrome/Edge start page for mass setup but some people still find it difficult. Currently, CxBlock supports auto setup. When you install it in your local network it will find its server by itself and will try to work without Login Token.

    4. Force install
    You may think your users can remove this kind of browser extensions easily. But there are several ways of force install CxBlock. If it's for Edge, you can force install CxBlock through Active Directory GPO. And if it's for Chrome, you can use Google Admin. You also can force install Chrome/Edge extensions through Microsoft Intune.

    To find more about CxBlock, read

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    Last edited by support200; 06-03-2022, 09:46 AM.