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    Netsweeper vs Yahoo Answers

    Its the old chestnut of students finding proxies, but Yahoo Answers seems to be the central point of obtaining lists of new anonymous proxy servers

    For those using Netsweeper, are you aware of a way of blocking questions regarding proxies, whilst still leaving yahoo answers enabled?

    The Safe search and Search Keywords categories only appear to work on the top level search engine pages eg / uk.yahoo.com

    Wondered if you could perform some sort of boolean logic on the keyword categories eg \ yahoo + answers + proxies (it doesnt work though!)

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    You need to find out what the search phrase is that the little darlings are using and then block that in the URL (I'm not sure how you do this in Netsweeper).

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