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Comment by barf, on 17-Jan-2007 19:13
it's very easy to circumvent most content filters that allow HTTP/SSL out.
setup an SSH server on port 443 and run squid on the same box. then through the magic of 'ssh -L 3128:127.0.0.1:3128' you have a proxy listening on 127.0.0.1 of the PC behind the firewall.
Comment by Jim Donovan, on 9-May-2007 23:27
Too many process-bound organisations do this. Good organisations and good processes are essentially and always driven by good behaviours and good cultures. Compliance, proscription and pre-approval is the wromg waay! Yes, you need to build in safeguards and fail-safes, but first and foremost get the modus operandi right - how we do things round here. It becomes self-policing. However, that means when your people alert you (and they will) to the ratbags who abuse the freedom, you need to act.
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