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Cut The Crap

CTC (Cut The Crap) is a proxy-like daemon that will filter your browser's requests to prevent downloading ads. It is meant mostly for dialup users whose bandwidth is too precious (and in Europe, too expensive) to waste with banners and ads.

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  •  20 Aug 2001 09:55

    Release Notes: Fixed a bug that prevented users from viewing some sites.

    •  16 Oct 2000 18:21

      Release Notes: This is a complete rewrite which uses standard Python modules and a new plugin system (with Python scripts) that you can use to filter content even more according to your preferences. You will need Python 2.0 for the plugins to work; otherwise, 1.5.2 and 1.6 are fine.

      •  04 Oct 2000 01:09

        Release Notes: A few bugfixes, a new configuration option (NOPROXY) to bypass proxy for certain hosts/domains, and a new Debian init script.

        •  15 Dec 1999 17:04

          Release Notes: A bugfix for the NO_LOGGING option that made CTC crash at startup when the option was not defined in the configuration file.

          •  15 Dec 1999 00:36

            Release Notes: An option to stop logging output (some distros put everything in /var/log/messages) and a fix for a bug that caused occasional crashes.

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