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filtering

[′fil·tə·riŋ]
(engineering)
The process of interpreting reported information on movements of aircraft, ships, and submarines in order to determine their probable true tracks and, where applicable, heights or depths.
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com) Web filter for parents, librarians and businesses and has an array of Web and E-mail filtering products for corporate networks.
A common connection filtering technique is the use of Black Lists.
My feeling is that the filtering mandate has cost millions and the net result is children who are no more safe today than they were before CIPA, probably less safe," says Art Wolinsky, a former high school teacher and technology director for the Online Internet Institute.
Filtering systems for e-mail programs work by scanning messages or parts of a message for certain predetermined patterns.
The Barracuda Web Filter offers comprehensive content filtering and complete network protection against spyware, malware and viruses.
Our range of content filtering solutions makes it easy to deploy, manage and maintain no-compromise e-mail and web security for both inbound and outbound traffic.
However, when filtering low alloy steels, carbon steels, and manganese steels with zirconia ceramic foam and mullite strainer core products, this optimum in-line position is not always possible without significant superheat to keep the metal hot enough until it reaches the filter.
Leveraging technology from Bsecure Technologies, 8e6 Mobile Client allows organizations to enforce the same Web filtering protection to remote devices as to machines that reside inside the network.
This leads to inadequate filtering, as well as inclusions from the fractured filter itself
Singlefin has been hosting e-mail and security services since 2001 and already operates the largest e-mail filtering service in the world with more than 5 billion messages analyzed daily through its patented reputation filters.
Although the foundry's filtering at elevated temperatures (when positioned directly under the sprue) removed foreign oxide inclusions, it also created additional headaches in the way of sand "burn on" and reoxidation defects.
SAN DIEGO -- At the National Education Computing Conference, 8e6 Technologies, a security company dedicated to Internet filtering and reporting, is sharing its back-to-school best practices with K-12 administrators, educators and IT managers responsible for ensuring the safety and security of students using the Internet.