Re: [squid-users] block dodgy sites with squidguard

From: J Webster <>
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2012 09:28:23 +0200

I'm not even sure how I could block this though. Anyone who publishes a
website with illegal pictures is probably not going to list keywords
that I can search for and prevent.
Would those illegal sites show up in the dest porn blocklist?

On 12/08/12 08:45, Amos Jeffries wrote:
> On 11/08/2012 7:46 p.m., J Webster wrote:
>> I would like to allow access to some 18+ sites on the proxy server
>> but prevent anyone looking at dodgy illegal sites.
>> Is there a way to do that with squidguard because the filter dest
>> only seems to be on porn.
>> Would I have to write my own access control list to prevent this?
> That is the best way. You are very unlikely to finad a public list of
> 18+ sites that exactly matches your particular set of okay 18+ sites.
> Use a public blocklist of porn site if you wish. Add a custom ACL for
> the whitelist to permit them.
> You can probably do that is SG, but I would recommend the whitelist be
> used in squid.conf to deny url_rewrite_access. Which makes them not
> even process through SG.
> Amos
Received on Sun Aug 12 2012 - 07:28:39 MDT

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