How do you perform on a test that checks your ability to access anonymizing websites?

How are we testing?:

Employees often try to bypass company policy by using anonymizing proxies that allow them to visit blacklisted websites, view pornography or access restricted content. These anonymizers can open a back door for malware, expose your company to litigation risk and expose your data to untrusted third parties.


Why is this test important?:

Employees often try to bypass company policy by using anonymizing proxies that allow them to visit blacklisted websites, or view pornography or other harmful content. These anonymizers can open a back door for malware, expose your company to litigation risk and expose your data to untrusted third parties.


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How Anonymizers Hide Illegal Activity

New anonymizer websites come online each day. Users visit anonymizing websites to hide websites they wish to visit. While the technology is nothing new, the use of it to hide illegal activity is on the rise. zveloLabs provides an overview into how this threat works. Source

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