[Linux4christians] Filtering out porn
eric.gonia at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 09:14:39 EDT 2005
I have heard a lot of good things about http://www.afafilter.com/
On 6/22/05, Samuel Clough <samuel at sendthefirenow.com> wrote:
> Thanks for all the help guys, but it looks like
> this guy's going to stay on a Windows box for now.
> Any suggestions that will run on Windows? I'm
> thinking about putting him behind an old box as a
> proxy, but he's not technical at all so if it has
> any problems he's going to be very frustrated.
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> Subject: Re: [Linux4christians] Filtering out port
> From: eric.gonia at gmail.com
> samuel at sendthefirenow.com;linux4christians at thelinuxlink.net<http://thelinuxlink.net>
> Date: 06-13-2005 10:22 am
> > I use a separate machine for a firewall that is
> running Smoothwall Express 2
> > with Dansguardian and the blacklists from
> > URLBlacklists.com <http://URLBlacklists.com><http://URLBlacklists.com>
> > .
> > Here are the links:
> > http://www.smoothwall.org/
> > http://www.dansguardian.org/
> > http://urlblacklist.com/
> > On 6/13/05, Samuel Clough
> <samuel at sendthefirenow.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > I know this has come up before. I have a
> > > that is looking for a solution to block access
> > > certain web content, particularly porn. Is
> > > an open source project out there that I could
> > > either install on his box on install on a
> > > box that he would have to go through?
> > > he's on a Windows box (I know, I know) so any
> > > ideas for linux or Windows are appreciated.
> > >
> > > Linux4christians mailing list
> > > Linux4christians at thelinuxlink.net
> > >
> > >
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