|Bill East on 4 May 2017 12:57:18 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Network Content Filtering|
I've got to set up a simple content filtering system for a SOHO network, and
could use some basic advice. I'm exclusively worried about adult content,
but would appreciate any addition protections from malware, etc.
All my clients run linux workstations.
I assume I'll use a proxy server and something associated with squid, but
won't this mean I'll have to reset everyone's web browser to use the proxy?
Is there are (relatively simple) way to insert a proxy without having to
individually adjust each client?
Any other way to add content filtering?
I welcome suggestions, links to tutorials, etc.
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