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    Hi,

    I am very confused with this. I am getting sites blocked by it and it is very annoying. Basicly id like yo know if I can turn this off so it doesnt block any thing. If no one knows this then can you tell me why I still get sites blocked under a certain catagory for example ICRA drugstobacco PICS even when I have it set as 0 and also change it to 1.

    Thanks, Glenn

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    Re: PICS Levels in censornet

    Do you have an example URL where you're seeing this problem?

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    Re: PICS Levels in censornet

    had a problem with aol + DG cant remember how i fixed it. sorry not much help i know :P

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    lol no problem. Idealy I would like to be able to disable it completly

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    Re: PICS Levels in censornet

    I have never had a problem with the pics ratings. You get the odd one or two but I have never noticed it blocking anything regulary. We have moved away from CN3 and CN4 wasnt quiete upto what we needed (maybe in a few years). CN3 has been great for us fo the last 4 years but we needed more from this type of product and CN3 is noticably slower than CN4 or any other modern filters.
    We have now moved over to smoothwall. It's costly but worth it in the long run.

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