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Using a proxy (Intercepting/Transparent {WCCP} and non-transparent proxy server).

Services:

OpenDNS works in a pinch. However filters for all of DNS requests originating from one public IP (Students & Admins)... you could go Hardware Based Filtering... barracuda and or cymphonix boxes as well.

http://dansguardian.org/ - free

"I second DansGuardian. If you are looking for an easy-to-use configuration tool for it, download/install Webmin (www.webmin.org) then install the DansGuardian webmin module http://www.sf.net/projects/dgwebminmodule"

"If you go to dansguardian.org, they have links to their commercial version. These folks are also the folks that produce the smoothwall firewall system and they have a setup called schoolguard as well as preconfigured appliances."

Software:

http://www.untangle.com/

Hardware products:

Websense

Bluecoat

SonicWall

"8e6 devices (http://www.marshal8e6.com). The thing I really like about it is the way you can put it in "listen" mode instead of inline and still get great security. It watches on a mirrored port, and will "intercept" bad requests and "hijack" the reply with a block page redirect. We've used their solutions for over 10 years (since they were called XStop), no complaints at all."

http://www.marshal8e6.com/solutions/web_security/8e6-r3000-internet-filter.asp

Goes way beyond web blocking as well.


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