AJ Mc Kee wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Just a few quick questions,
>> The first one is related to Squid,
>> Is it easy to configure squid to block urls. Say I want to configure it so that any urls with sex in the are automatically banned or If I downloaded the list of adult web sites from Net nanny or such sites I could add them to a deny list.
>> Same to for mp3's, so if anyone requested a file with an .mp3 extension it would refuse to dload it or it would send them an alternative mp3 that when played would tell the user to get lost.
>> Could anyone point me to any online resource on this. The docs are a bit difficult to understand in this area.
Adzapper (can be used to restrict certain filenames)
Junkbuster & Learnweb for customised blocking of various shit (*.rm
*.ram for example )
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