Re: Logging inet activities
From: Pascal Maillard (pascalmaillard-DELETE-_at_web.de)
Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2003 16:42:23 +0200
> Jeroen Geilman wrote:
>> Install a proxy server between the network and the Internet, force all
>> clients to use the proxy, then read the logs...
> You might also want to take a look at "squid guard".
> squidGuard works with Squid to block access to sites by domain,
> ip address or even keywords. It is very flexible, even allowing
> you to block access at certain times of day and allow it at
> others, and even to define groups within your organization that
> have different access privileges.
Thank you for your answers, but I think these won't help: the erver at our
school runs WinNT and the teachers in charge of it does not like learning
something new. And as I have seen, Squid for WinNT needs Cygwin or GnuWin32
to run. Additionally, we only want to install 2 clients for students
because we only have _very_ little space and because we are getting the
computers from donates, so an additional proxy would not be the best
alternative. Or, can Squid be installed on the clients, too? I'll try it
But isn't there any other method that can be used on the clients? I had the
idea to use iptables to log the www accesses, but our headmaster also wants
suspicious websites to be blocked (something squidGuard would do). IS there
any program that does this?
-- cö Pascal