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Internet Related/Filtering/Firewall Thread, TOR in Technical; any idea how much they cost? saw a demo of one, (not in much detail tho) they did look nice....
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    any idea how much they cost?

    saw a demo of one, (not in much detail tho) they did look nice.

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    Based on what @gshaw said in this thread, I think they start from around 2,100.

    I believe @Net-Ctrl are a Palo Alto reseller too?

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    Transparent proxy everything for BYOD/unmanaged devices, and log it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Based on what @gshaw said in this thread, I think they start from around 2,100.

    I believe @Net-Ctrl are a Palo Alto reseller too?
    Yup was around that figure for the smaller box (PA500), Net Ctrl signed up for Palo just after we bought ours but if I was getting one now I'd speak to them

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    Tor is easy to stop, ensure you can't change proxy settings... it requires on the bundles that you redirect to localhost 9050, it can be changed but a simple way to stop it is to just ensure no proxy changes on local machines or deny 9050 locally (netsh to a scary logged proxy!).

    All the scary pages have the TLD .onion - it's pretty easy to stop this.

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