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    OpenSource solutions for "safe surfing"

    So you run the network of a school / company etc...

    The Children's Internet Protection Act mandates that a school or library must have an Internet safety policy, must hold a public review of that policy and must use a "technology protection measure" on all computers connected to the Internet. Whether and how that software can be disabled on certain computers is a local decision. It does not mandate that software be perfect; indeed, many web pages, both administrative and commercial, emphasized that filtering would not be perfect.
    Most of them tools are realy expencive and some block a bit more then you'd want, or too little..

    http://www.squidguard.org/ Seems to be a good sollution...

    and if you do want to spend (a little) money: http://dansguardian.org/ might be it !!

    Read the article about it: http://www.linuxjournal.com//article.php?sid=6807

    In one of the comments a person speaks about webcleaner.. http://webcleaner.sf.net/
    I tried it at home and must say I'm stunned..

    this is propably the best "popup-killer/add-remover" I have ever seen..
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    Would there be any solutions for windows 2003 server?

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    sure

    Originally posted here by King of CaveMen
    Would there be any solutions for windows 2003 server?
    Well why would you wanna do that ??

    Windows 2003 server costs lots of money.. I was talking about: what to do if you don't want to spend money or do illegal stuff..

    So you'll have to do the same as what got you the Windows 2003 server edition in the first place..

    Buy or steal...


    (or setup a tux/bsd box as a pass-through router/proxy)
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