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Web filtering prevents users from intentionally or accidentally accessing most websites that provide content that is objectionable, potentially harmful, or leisure-oriented. This type of content filtering can increase network security and enforce an organization's policy on acceptable use of resources. Web filtering compares URLs seen in clients' requests to lists of URLs that you want to match. The lists of URLs can be defined as manual blacklists and/or as dynamically-populated content categories provided by a categorization service. Currently, you can use categorizations provided by the BrightCloud service for category-based filtering. When category-based filtering is active, you can additionally use the manual URL lists as whitelists of individual addresses that must not be blocked by category-based filtering.