GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 11/12/12 -- zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of URL database, content categorization, and malicious website detection solutions for the OEM market, has announced that its zveloDB URL database, integrated into high profile online brand safety, web filtering, mobile security and network security offerings, has blocked an average of over 10 million daily requests to malicious websites in the month of October, 2012.
"The October milestone came after zveloLABS noted a significant month-over-month increase in URL requests by our technology partners' users to malicious web pages as detected across all on-disk SDK and cloud API implementations of our zveloDB URL database," states David Duncan, VP of Engineering for zvelo. "The breakdown of the totals in each of our malicious categories, including: botnet, command & control, malware call-home, malware distribution point, phishing/fraud, spyware & questionable software and compromised websites can be read on zveloBLOG at https://zvelo.com/blog."
zveloLABS® is comprised of anti-malware engineers and dynamic content analysts and linguists, and blogs about malicious website activities and trends on zveloBLOG. zvelo also tweets breaking news to @zvelosecurity and malware research and zero-day web threats and trends to @zveloLABS.
About zvelo, Inc.
zvelo is a leading provider of dynamic website and content categorization technologies, URL database (zveloDB®), malicious, compromised, and inappropriate website detection services, and reputation blocklist solutions. zvelo licenses its zveloDB exclusively through Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) partnerships. OEMs include online advertising and brand safety technology providers, web analytics firms, service providers (ISP/MSSP, mobile, etc.), endpoint security and anti-virus vendors, UTM and gateway appliance vendors, content and URL filtering vendors, and other high growth market segments where accuracy, responsiveness, coverage, malicious website detection and fast URL query performance are required. To learn more, visit https://zvelo.com.