[Web4lib] Internet Filtering solutions

David Whelan davidpwhelan at gmail.com
Fri Oct 28 09:20:37 EDT 2011

Have you tried OpenDNS.com?  No software to install, but I don't know how it
compares to ContentProtect.  It seems to be used by a lot of libraries.
 I've used it on my home network of 5 PCs and the interface is easy to use,
filtering categories seem pretty accurate and tailored and white/black
listing is easy to administer on a per site basis.

Good luck.  David.

On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 8:55 AM, Bill Coffey <bill.coffey at waynegov.com>wrote:

> I have been using Content protect for the last couple of years and it is
> now getting to where I have to uninstall the program to update any of my
> public computers.
> 1.       Is there anyone having the same problem? Any solutions?
> 2.       What other solutions do you have that I can look into to replace
> this software?
> Thanks.
> Bill Coffey
> bill.coffey at waynegov.com
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