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 Cisco shines light on dark corners of the Web

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Date posted: 11/10/2009

Cisco launched software that shines light on potentially troublesome websites hidden in what the US computer security firm dubbed the "Dark Web."

Cisco IronPort Web Usage Controls promise to identify as much as 90 percent of "egregious" content that has escaped detection by business IT managers and security applications because of its stealthy nature on the Internet.

"The Dark Web is about corporate users' inability to see how workers are using the Web," Cisco product line manager Kevin Kennedy told AFP on Thursday.

"It is that dark, dynamic and churning part of the Web that has created the problem for business."

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