Safesquid-Content Filtering Proxy Server

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by davidwalton, Sep 25, 2004.

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  1. davidwalton

    davidwalton Registered Member

    Sep 25, 2004

    I am a newbie over here. I am planning to subscribe Safesquid-Content Filtering Internet Proxy Server for my enterprise. Have any one of you use this software before? Any feedback will be appreciated.

  2. meneer

    meneer Registered Member

    Nov 27, 2002
    The Netherlands
    I don't know Safesquid, but I do use Squidguard, a Squid add-on, on my linux system. Safesquid, as I can see, can be used either as a squid add-on or as a squid replacement. I can't see the implications of safeaquid as a squid replacement, you'll have to judge that for yourself.

    In my opinion one of the most important aspects of these tools is the blacklist they are based on. safesquid uses Squidguard uses it's own blacklist and can be configured to use urlblacklist.
    This urlblacklist is a commercial service. Squidguard is a community driven effort (so, free).

    I don't know what server you plan to use it on. There are a few dedicated linux distribution that offer this function. Censornet (.com) seems to fullfill most of the requirements for schools. There are (commercial) add-ons for image recognition and blacklists.
  3. malfunction2004

    malfunction2004 Registered Member

    Oct 19, 2004
    What's the matter, you've posted the same question all over the web?
    Your boss asked you to install this software, or what?
    If you can't do it yourself, get those guys to help you at
    The software's great, but PAM authentication's not well documented on their home-site.
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