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Re: Residential Web Filtering
From: Jack Daniel <jackadaniel () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 01:57:45 -0400

I'll surprise folks-

While I am very fond of Astaro (the free home version has the same
content filter options as the commercial version), and not just
because that name is written on my paychecks- you may want to go for
just using the content management OpenDNS offers if these folks aren't
tech-savvy and you don't want to manage a gateway for them.  OpenDNS
offers decent categorization and blocking, which works for a lot of
home users who don't need proxies, link balancing, VPNs, etc.


On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 4:17 PM, Craig Freyman <craigfreyman () gmail com> wrote:
I've been asked by a family friend to help them with their kids web access.
Outside of the enterprise space, I don't know anything about web
filtering on the home level. I know most routers these days allow you to
input sites but this is kind of cumbersome for a non techie to manage.
Anyone used anything like this before?
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