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'REJIK' is a Web filtering system consisting of a Squid redirector and ban lists. Squid lets users put a redirector (a programme the filters the client's queries) in its configuration. Every time someone downloads a file through your proxy-server, the query data is sent to the redirector, which analyses the data. If certain conditions are fulfilled, it changes the answer it sends. As a result the user gets an mp3 from the local web-server instead of the file he wanted from the Internet (for example, a sysadmin can change pictures from the porno sites into a photo of his grinning face :).
released on 4 November 2004
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 27 May 2005.
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