[nycbug-talk] content management
KReiter at insidefsi.net
Fri Feb 29 12:18:15 EST 2008
On Friday, Feb 29 2008, Matt Juszczak wrote:
> Dan's Guardian?
On Fri, 29 Feb 2008, Mikel King wrote:
> Content filtering of web traffic. I've been asked by a few clients lately
> that really would like to limit more than monitor what their staffers are
> accessing across the net. Unfortunately the only thing that comes to my mind
> immediately is squid.
> On Feb 29, 2008, at 11:21 AM, Matt Juszczak wrote:
>> What do you mean by content management/filtering?
>> Managing content on a website? Filtering content on a website? Or doing
>> end user filtering/management like a packet filter/http filter?
I second Dan's Guardian. It's pretty easy/quick to get working, and you can pull down updates for the blacklists with one of the numerous scripts already available. Another thing I like is that it blocks Google search results based on bad keywords/blocked sites/subjects.
You can also customize the bocked-page error page, which is pretty nice. Keep in mind, if it's for commercial use, you need to buy a license, but it's free for home use.
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