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-====== Introduction ====== +====== Technology Overview ======
-DansGuardian is an award winning web content filtering proxy((Technically DansGuardian is more of a filtering pass-through than a true proxy - but don't let that worry you!)) for Linux, FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD, Mac OS X, HP-UX, and Solaris that uses a web proxy such as Squid((DansGuardian works with any web proxy, not just Squid. For example, it is also known to work with Oops! and Tinyproxy.)) to do all the fetching. It uses multiple methods to filter incoming content (not outgoing content).  +
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> DSDF (Different Strokes for Different Folks) > DSDF (Different Strokes for Different Folks)
>> -Common Idiom >> -Common Idiom
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 +DansGuardian is an award winning web content filtering proxy((Technically DansGuardian is more of a filtering pass-through than a true proxy - but don't let that worry you!)) for Linux, FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD, Mac OS X, HP-UX, and Solaris that uses a web proxy such as Squid((DansGuardian works with any web proxy, not just Squid. For example, it is also known to work with Oops! and Tinyproxy.)) to do all the fetching. It uses multiple methods to filter incoming content (not outgoing content).
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==== Multiple Interface Levels ==== ==== Multiple Interface Levels ====
DansGuardian is quite different depending on what level you approach it at. (That's why you may get different answers to whether or not something is "supported".) DansGuardian is quite different depending on what level you approach it at. (That's why you may get different answers to whether or not something is "supported".)