Diladele Web Safety is an ICAP server that integrates with an existing Squid proxy server and provides rich content and Web filtering functionality to sanitize Internet traffic passing into an internal home/enterprise network. It blocks pornography and explicit (adult) content by deep inspecting HTML content and URLs, blocks file downloads, performs filtering based on groups, controls Web usage by categories, removes annoying Web ads, and protects online privacy by disallowing access to Web trackers. It runs on any FreeBSD derived platform, RedHat, CentOS, Debian, and Ubuntu Linux, Raspberry PI, and Apple OS X, providing a comprehensive Web filtering solution easily manageable via a Web UI.
|Tags||Advertisement Blocking Security Internet Content Filter Web Filter Parental Controls|
|Licenses||Proprietary Free use|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows|
|Implementation||Ajax Jquery C++ Python Boost HTML Django|
QuintoLabs Tiny Proxy Virtual Appliance has been updated to version 2.0 and published in VMWare Solutions Marketplace.
Release Notes: This release has more than 1500 commits and hundreds of bugs fixed. It now supports 64-bit servers and FreeBSD derived operating systems. HTTPS filtering and SSL bumping filters encrypted HTTPS traffic with correctly configured Squid. New AdBlock and Privacy modules, deep HTML inspection, and adult language blocking have been added.
Release Notes: This update fixes an install error on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, enhances blocking of domains by name, and has configurable maximum size of text for deep content inspection. Users are advised to upgrade when they find it appropriate.
Release Notes: This release fixes incorrect filtering in HTTPS requests and can apply ad blocking, site categorization, and blocking of adult content to domain names in HTTPS sessions going through a Squid proxy. Current users of QuintoLabs Content Security are advised to upgrade when they find it appropriate.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Web filtering policies (different settings for different proxy users), greatly improving usability of the program in educational institutions and enterprises. Virtual Appliance is now built using VMWare Virtual Studio and can be deployed on VMWare Server, Player, or Workstation as well as ESX/ESXi. A lot of other minor improvements and bugfixes are included.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Fedora 16, a new and much improved reports subsystem, and some minor bugfixes and enhancements. All users are advised to upgrade.