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Deploying A Content Filtering Proxy Server To Distribute Controlled Internet Access With SafeSquid Print E-mail
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Source: HowtoForge.com - Posted by Ryan Berens   
Secure my firewall A content filtering proxy server, helps distribute Internet access while providing control to the administrators over the content delivered. It is usually used in organizations or schools to ensure that Internet usage conforms to the local acceptable use policy. A content filtering proxy must necessarily accommodate the demands of granular rules for Internet access privileges and restrictions across an enterprise. Here's a quick step-by-step guide on setting up a proxy server. It's great to have such functionality freely available. But like all tools, how much knowledge do you think you need to make it work consistently and effectively?

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VP of some IT CompanyWritten by Disgruntled User on 2008-10-17 16:22:26
What the fuck is wrong with this site? Nothing is fucking useful. When I click on a link thinking it will give me tips on that subject the article cuts off.  
 
This fucking website sucks ass and I will make you fuck lick my nuts for wasting my time. You dumb pieces of shits.
RE Disgruntled UserWritten by Chris on 2009-05-26 06:56:58
"Read this full article at HowtoForge.com"

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