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Re: HTTP Proxies used for Fighting Spyware: Feedback
> perhaps a vendor neutral format file and a few tools to make > squidguard/bluecoat/blah filters? :) That's the point. The filters I maintain are simply flat text files that SquidGuard looks at. It's very fast, too. I'll put something together this weekend. Tim Rainier Information Services, Kalsec, INC firstname.lastname@example.org "Christopher L. Morrow" <email@example.com> 09/23/2005 03:56 PM To firstname.lastname@example.org cc email@example.com Subject Re: HTTP Proxies used for Fighting Spyware: Feedback On Fri, 23 Sep 2005 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > So, got some free time? I'd gladly start a project/database/website to > put a malware blacklist database together. The key to it being > successful, is unanimous decisions on what is blocked and what is not. perhaps a vendor neutral format file and a few tools to make squidguard/bluecoat/blah filters? :) > > Again, if this is off-topic, my apologies. > Speaking of which, can someone re-point me to document that explains what > is and is not considered to be on-topic? :-) > this seemed on topic.