Re: Squid Analysis Tools

Tim Fletcher (tim@night-shade.demon.co.uk)
Sun, 12 Dec 1999 18:29:17 +0000 (GMT)


> I have searched the Squid web site but have yet to find a tool that will
> allow me to do the above mentioned tasks. It seems that I can get
> everything else but what I need. I have a few users that I suspect are
> accessing areas of the web they shouldn't be (especially during normal
> working hours) and I need proof that they are actually accessing these
> sites. Having this information put into HTML would be a tremendous benefit
> as well.

Have you looked on freshmeat.net, last time I looked there were a number
of squid log tools. I was looking for a different squid addon, for url
filtering. If you want a url filter I use squid guard at the school I work
at, seems to work nicely out of the box :). I have been hacking on the
perl cgi script and it now pages my mobile phone when the little dears
(children :) go pr0n browsing.

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