KEYfamily is the system of Differentiated Web Surfing (Navigazione Differenziata) that, installed on your home PC, allows you to safely and verifiably access the Internet through your home connection, ensuring to screen out the vision of sites unsuitables for minors and indecent for the contents dispayed.
Following years of Research and Development and the use of the most advanced technologies, the system of Differentiated Web Surfing called KEYfamily, developed on childKEY technology, makes use of semantic analysis systems in order to detect contents.
KEYfamily will block websites containing pornography, pedophilia, and violence, and a courtesy page signals to the user the reason for inaccessibility.
The availability of screening activation makes the system efficient against so-called dialers, which are applications that connect to phone numbers and that result in highly expensive bills. In addition, the chance of downloading viruses decreases significantly even if an antivirus is not installed.
KEYfamily appeals to families who want a tool that may help them protect their children from "undesirable" encounters, and instruct them to use the Internet properly.
The Self-Regulation Code "internet@minori" of the Ministry of Communications, that GESTWEB Reseach supports and together with other companies promotes, states that minors must be guaranteed a "safe" access to the Internet.
Safeness of minors is our mission.
KEYfamily system does not take on a censorious attitude. It is rather an educational tool that families can easily use in total freedom, according to different needs and different age groups.
KEYfamily gives the opportunity to manage access selectively for every user. It is therefore possible to establish web-surfing rules for as many as 5 users, including semantic analysis filters, possible management of customized lists, encrypted accesses, file types, and display of navigation logs and surfing activity.
· PowerMac G3 or later.
· Mac OS X 10.3.x or later (10.4.x recommended)
· J2SE 5.0 installed.