RE: ACLs and restrictions..

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Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 14:28:08 +0100

Secure Computing has a product for URL blocking called SmartFilter.

Haven't used it on Squid yet (but it is supported), it works fine on
Netscape (these type of products are not cheap though!)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: []
> Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 2:04 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: ACLs and restrictions..
> I am wondering if anyone has done this and what would be an easy
> way to do this:
> I am running a squid box for a company wide web cache... It works great.
> Just put it in last week. However, I need to (requested by the board,
> otherwise
> I would not want to restrict anyone from anything) restrict access to porn
> sites. I know that there are a lot of sites, and I guess I can get a list
> from the net, but I am worried about slowing squid down if I add all of
> those
> lines to the config file...
> Anyone done something like this before?? Does it slow it down?? Any
> suggestions??
> I am running squid 2.2stable (precompiled rpm) on a RedHat6.2 install.
> Bob Minvielle
> Systems Administrator
> aggreko

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