On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 07:45:38AM -0500, Thomas Oconnor mentioned:
> guys has any one got any ideas on how to ban downloads to certain
> sites on slack 7.1 ?
Yes. Force people to use Squid, as a proxy cache. Then either block
outgoing connections on port 80, or transparently redirect them to squid.
Then, get some of the URL blocking stuff for squid (linked off it's
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