REJIK is a Web filtering system consisting of a Squid redirector and ban lists. It is fast and easy.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Windows Cygwin OS Independent POSIX AIX BSD HP-UX Linux Other|
Release Notes: This release alters the lock algorithm for compatibility with Windows, adds logging of sections with action passes, fixes the Makefile for new versions of Ubuntu and Cygwin, increases the size of taken URLs to fix the error "WARNING: Can't parse url", and increases the size of raw_change options.
Release Notes: A problem running multiple redirectors on Windows was fixed. A PCRE search related to an incorrect assignment length of URL was fixed. Debug logging is redirected to STDERR, which allows you to run rejik in debug mode of a squid.
Release Notes: An incompatibility problem with logins using sams was fixed. Several minor bugs were fixed. Checking of folders was added in the configuration. The version of the redirector is now printed in the log.
Release Notes: Small fixes were made for better compatibility with modern versions of GCC. All *_id options are now case insensitive. A new "action" option was added for specifying the action in the section.
Release Notes: A bug in the processing and logging of long URLs was fixed. The bug was not critical, and manifested itself quite infrequently, but it caused strange messages in the log and blocked the long URL.