Diladele Web Safety 3.4 Beta is Available

We are glad to announce general availability of Diladele Web Safety for Squid Proxy 3.4 Beta. The following new features were added:

  1. Trusted Categories – it is now possible to exclude categorized and well known domains from deep content inspection. If a domain is known to be part of a specific category then contents from this domain is not scanned for adult phrases. This greatly improves quality of web filtering on most educational and informational sites which are known to be free from adult only content (e.g. wikipedia will never be blocked now). Domains general in nature (like google search, youtube, bing, various blog platforms and social media) cannot be designated as trusted. It is possible to switch off this setting for locked or strict policies where no adult material should be allowed.
  2. Redesigned and rewritten deep content inspection engine that now does better job of counting multiple instances of adult only words in text.
  3. Redesigned categorization engine which now always does categorization for all domains. It is very easy to see what categories were assigned to a domain and what categories need to be blocked to prevent access to similar sites. The categorization database is much more compact, improving overall memory consumption of ICAP server.
  4. Improved monitoring module allows grouping by users/IP addresses, domain names. It is now much easier to see what sites are browsed more often.
  5. Added support for RedHat / CentOS 7 that now has HTTPS filtering capable Squid out of the box (with minor limitations)!

Beta testing will last for 1 month and final release will be done in the end of September 2014. Please use this version in non critical production environments, homes, test labs, etc and file bugs or suggestions for improvements. We are now concentrating on implementation of upgrades from 3.3 and later YouTube for schools and filtering of exact search terms on most search providers (will appear in 3.5 eta December 2014).

Please download the installers for all available platforms from http://www.quintolabs.com/soon.php.

Stay tuned!
Diladele Dev Team

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