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    Proxy Heads Up

    Just found the kids using google translate as a proxy.

    This should be fun as there are loads of google country domains that will need to be blocked.

    Grrrr.

    Budgester

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    Re: Proxy Heads Up

    what are you using to filter there internet access ? ISA server ?

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    Re: Proxy Heads Up

    Probably already taken care of with some peoples proxy setups but...
    Maybe a list in this post would be helpful to others.

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    Re: Proxy Heads Up

    We use that wonderfull thing that is the LGFL proxy.

    Netsweeper.

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    Re: Proxy Heads Up

    Quote Originally Posted by budgester
    We use that wonderfull thing that is the LGFL proxy.

    Netsweeper.
    I think no one should be relying on LA level filtering unless said authority uses something like Corporate Guardian.

    You should have a box on-site running something like Censornet, Smoothwall or even Websense.

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