Filtering Kids' Internet with Linux

Posted by VISITOR on Feb 19, 2006 10:08 PM EDT; By Super Mike
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You're probably just using your Linux workstation at home to get on the Internet. But those spare cycles in the background could be used to filter your kids' web surfing with minimal impact to you.

I've written a fairly popular article on how to configure and use a sensational tool, tinyproxy, to try and minimize your childrens' connection to bad sites.

Tinyproxy uses very little memory, runs clean and fast, and is extremely easy to setup if you have a cheat sheet. You won't even notice the impact on your Linux workstation at home.

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