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SquidTL allows proxy administrators to manage proxy users: define how much time users can spend on a specific Web site, block sites, limit total time users can spend on the Web daily, and watch users' activity. For example, you can limit the use of Facebook or other social networks with per-user rules or IP. It has a small memory footprint and very fast execution. Management can be done with a smart Web-based administration GUI.

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  •  17 Jan 2011 09:52

    Release Notes: Email address was added as an optional field in user management. A bug in which squidtl didn't exit when squid stopped was fixed. A crash when using ADD on an unknown user was fixed. Some other minor GUI cleanups were done.

    •  18 Nov 2010 08:46

      Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed. A new user session time rule was added. A DEB package is now available for testing.

      •  30 Sep 2010 08:15

        Release Notes: Bugs were fixed.

        •  22 Jul 2010 10:51

          Release Notes: Using related requests is now faster. The Web GUI was cleaned up. A lot of bugs were fixed.

          •  07 May 2010 09:24

            Release Notes: User context now works as expected. The possibility to create temporary user accounts using Expire Date was added. The URL traffic page was remade with details and pagination. An admin can now enable and disable users in realtime. install.php was created for new and existing installations. Time profiling was implemented for measuring performance of redirectors. A new logo was added.


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