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Re: Network Level Content Blocking (UK) for people who cant be bothered to read the article..

  • From: David Freedman
  • Date: Fri Jun 08 07:01:32 2007

Its too late, you've already admitted that the data exists and can be captured.

This is always where it starts...


Leigh Porter wrote:

Alexander Harrowell wrote:

On 6/7/07, Leigh Porter <[email protected]> wrote:

Since only port 80 is passed through the filter then of course there are all manor of things you could do to circumvent the filter and this will of course always be the case as people will use whatever they can to get what they want. After all, all yuo really need to do in order to get all the dodgy material you want is to subscribe to a decent USENET service and get it all from that.

For what it's worth though it works well for what it is and we certainly
get a few hits on it.

Have you been asked by the Dibble for the squid's server log yet? It's the obvious next step - if you had a URL request blocked, obviously you were where you shouldn't have been. You're either with us...or you're with the terrorists.

I actually removed the code in Squid that logs so it's impossible to log without significant development work ;-)

Leigh Porter