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Re: [SLUG] Proxy Filtering
I setup squidguard for a school which I do work for and was having
problems of kids looking at stuff they shouldn't be. It works well and
given sometime to code so php stuff, I could also be logging attempts as
they are redirected to my proxy deny page :) BUt no time, but atleas tthe
school is happy and the staff.
On Wed, 23 May 2001, John Ferlito wrote:
> Does anyone know of any proxy filtering products that integrate
> well with squid. The only product I currently know about is a thing
> called smartfilter sold by open systems. Basically you pay a monthly
> license fee and for that you get the privelige to download there latest
> list of banned sites in a whole heap of categories (Please lets not
> start a thread about censorship etc :).
> Anyone heard of anything similar? $60/user/month is a little bit
> steep. Or maybe it's not but it seems to be more than most people want
> to pay.
> John Ferlito
> Senior Engineer - Bulletproof Networks
> ph: +61 (0) 410 519 382
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