Re: Cyber Monday
- From: Leythos <void@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 06:49:58 -0500
In article <fig5ih$hvf$1@xxxxxxxx>, chilly8@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
"Leythos" <void@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In article <fifusf$k6$1@xxxxxxxx>, chilly8@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
LOL, well you'll soon realize that monitoring software or not,
companies have neither the time or the resources to devote to watching
employee surfing habits. They put up a proxy to block inappropriate
sites (easily bypassed if you know what you're doing) and leave it at
That is why people like me run public anonymity proxues, so that
people can bypass the company filtering proxy. And it is just a
matter of changing a few proxy settings to get the proxy to
And yet it doesn't work like you claim - we have blocked 100% of
unapproved sites from our clients network using a simple concept - no
internet access to ANY site unless it is white-listed.
One ONE product made can do that, and it is very expensive.
CyBlock will do this, for $799 per year per 10 users, so that
would add up in a hurry. Solutions for white-listing are far
more expensive that what some companies would want to pay.
No, every firewall on the market can do that, at least every quality
firewall on the market, and there is no subscription for it - it's part
of the native firewall function.
White listing in firewalls, as well as black listing, are a basic
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