In addition to a basic DNS filtering service, NxFilter is also home to a wide array of advanced features that can dramatically expand the customizability of modern networks both at home, in work organizations, and in large companies.
NxFilter is especially well suited for use by seasoned technicians, network administrators, and other IT specialists who can take full advantage of its large feature set.
- NxFilter is a DNS filtering software for Windows PC
- You can block unwanted sites on network level
- You can block Porn sites for your kids and time waste sites for office workers
- It supports user authentication and single sign-on with Active Directory and you can have multiple policies based on user and group.
This includes a centralized local DNS cache that can make a local backup of previously used public DNS queries and then resolve network queries directly from the local network, a high scalability factor that can easily serve the DNS needs of several thousand users at once, transparent filtering that can dynamically and privately route network queries, highly advanced authentication support, Active Directory integration with full policy management for imported users, built-in management for multiple policies, Remote Filtering, single sign-on, malware, and botnet detection, and much more.
Once installed on their PC, users can gain access to its main dashboard through the intuitive web interface from any modern browser. This dashboard features a simple UI, with main navigation tabs being located on the top of the web app (Dashboard, System, DNS, User, Policy, Category, Classifier, Whitelist, Logging, Report, and Help). The main screen is home to two useful traffic graphs where admins can immediately block remote hosts by several factors, and all notable alerts can be viewed via the built-in notification service.
NxFilter receives regular updates and is 100% FREE. It does not feature any form of malware, including viruses, spyware, trojans, and backdoors. The app is optimized for all modern versions of Windows OS.