Tel Aviv, Israel (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
Komodia does it again, to the delight of the International IT community. The release of the new Komodia PerPage SDK makes obsolete the old generation classification services that could only classify content of the domain. All that is changed with this new release which enables classifying a single web page and plain text which opens the door to exciting new functionality in many industries, from safe surfing experiences for children in sites with mixed content, to user targeted ads based on page content or analytics.
Komodia reports that the SDK is written in C++ and can be deployed on a server or PC machine, with a small footprint, and can work with and without Komodia’s Classification Services, and is also available in source code form. Another advantage of the client side SDK is that some pages are only available on the user’s machine, for example: Facebook pages which have different content if the page is "Liked", or if accessing the public page version.
Komodia PerPage SDK allows the classification of dynamic content into 140 categories. This allows the user to classify the following: Free text, such as search phrases, Tweets, chat messages, SMS, or other Non-HTML text. The user can also block profanity, adult oriented messages, and other bad "themes". A single-page inside a website, such as blocking adult oriented pages inside Wikipedia and similar sites. A movie page on YouTube, or other popular streaming sites can be classified to block inadequate content.
In addition, pages on Facebook can be classified and unsuitable pages blocked. A user can classify a page in order to get the category for bidding on RTB and make sure the page adheres to ad safety regulations.
Komodia provides URL Filtering solutions which includes: PC based SDK to intercept network data and decrypt SSL sessions. Also makes available URL classification services both at the domain level and page level without requiring a long term contract or obligation from the client.