mod_dnsbl is an apache module that allows administrators to block content based on a black listing classification.
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Release Notes: The block page can now be specified similarly to mod_clamav. A small bug in the handling of non-proxy requests was fixed.
Release Notes: mod_dnsbl now uses a classification similar to the squidguard blacklists. The squidguard blacklists have been imported into the zone dnsbl.othello.ch, together with the adult list from the University of Toulouse. mod_dnsbl has been enhanced to be able to filter URL paths also, not just host names.
Release Notes: This release can control mod_clamav to a certain degree. You can have a whitelist of sites that don't need to be scanned, and a blacklist of sites that need to be scanned with more paranoid rules. E.g. you will not want mod_clamav to scan your virus pattern downloads. Furthermore, actions can now be restricted in time. E.g. access to resources can be limited during certain hours of the day.
Release Notes: Besides fixing some bugs, this release adds the ability to allow acceptance of users without proxy authentication for some target URLs, while still requiring authentication for others, all based on information in special DNS zones.
Release Notes: This release includes a redirector for Squid and fixes a last minute bug introduced just before 0.2 was published.