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Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 30.Dec.2005 9:27:52 PM   
hroussel

 

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Hello.  I am looking for an ISA filter that would allow me to access the content being accessed (for example a web page accessed by a client browser), modify it, and then send that modified content to the client browser.  I am very explicit in my description of what I am looking for because it looks like most filter are limited to handling the URLs, headers, etc, but not the content itself.
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RE: Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 16.Jan.2006 1:28:41 PM   
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The best and most decent filters out there are as follows you can try them out...
www.surfcontrol.com (8 out of 10)
www.gfi.com (7.5/10)
http://www.wavecrest.net/products/index.html (not reviewed)
http://www.bitdefender.com/PRODUCT-57-en--BitDefender-for-MS-ISA-Server.html (not reviewed)

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RE: Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 16.Jan.2006 3:15:50 PM   
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I'd be interested in reading a review of Cyblock for ISA from WaveCrest.

we use it here so i'd like to see how it stacks up against the others (especially as its up for renewal :) )

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RE: Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 17.Jan.2006 1:44:04 AM   
Sunny.C

 

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BTW the review scores above is done by myself

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RE: Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 2.Mar.2006 1:57:01 AM   
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I am a fan of Surfcontrol myself. In my second year of use and it has been everything it is advertised to be. A bit on the expensive side though.             

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RE: Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 13.Apr.2006 8:54:11 PM   
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I use Websense, ive found its interface and filtering capabilities, tying in nicely with active directory, are far superiour to anything else on the market.

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RE: Any content filter available? Commercial or not. - 30.May2006 10:21:24 AM   
Antioch

 

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We use GFI's Webmonitor and it works well for us

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