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zvelo Extends URL Categorization Support to IPv6 Addresses
Commitment to Supporting IPv6 Ensures Optimal Coverage for zvelo's Technology Partners

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 11/26/12 -- zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of dynamic web content categorization and URL database solutions exclusively for OEMs, has upgraded its end-to-end network infrastructure to support IPv6 and the categorization of IPv6 addresses. The commitment comes as IPv4 address blocks become increasingly scarce in supply.

"Our dynamic web content categorization software is integrated into numerous real-world applications, such as web content filtering, anti-virus, ad attribution and other network security services," states David Duncan, VP of Engineering for zvelo. "The global industry move to support IPv6 is well underway and we feel compelled to stay ahead of that trend for the benefit of our partners."

The specifics into zvelo's IPv6 support initiative can be read on zveloBLOG™ at https://zvelo.com/blog.

About zvelo, Inc.
zvelo is a leading provider of website and dynamic 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.

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