Aztelekom LLC launches secure internet service"Aztelekom" Limited Liability Company has launched secure internet service in test mode for users belonging to different age groups.
The service providing wide choice opportunities protects uses from viruses, undesirable content promoting violence and other threats.
The service offers the subscribers of “Aztelekom.net” internet provider various defence mechanisms protecting them from undesirable websites.
Thus, the user can compile a “white list” of desirable internet resources. At the same time, he can include the resources that are considered dangerous in the “black list” to limit their use.
Besides, the user can deactivate the filter at any time to access certain web resources and afterwards he can activate the filter again.
At present, users in 9 regions (Absheron, Imishli, Naftalan, Goychay, Shirvan, Lankaran, Gabala, Oguz and Hajigabul TCN) use this service in the test mode.
In the near future, the secure internet service will be provided in all regions and cities except for Baku and Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.
Note that, recently, Baku Telephone Communication Production Association also launched secure internet service for the subscribers of “Bakinternet” internet provider.
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