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NAME

       DansGuardian2 - web content filter

SYNOPSIS

       dansguardian [ -c config-file ] [ -v ] [ -h ] [ -N ] [ -q ] [ -Q ] [ -s
       ] [ -r ] [ -g ]

SUMMARY

       DansGuardian is a web content filtering  proxy(1)  for  Linux,  NetBSD,
       FreeBSD,  OpenBSD,  and  Solaris  that  uses  Squid(2)  to  do  all the
       fetching.

       It filters using multiple methods. These methods include URL and domain
       filtering,   content   phrase  filtering,  PICS  filtering,  MIME  type
       filtering, file extension filtering, POST  limiting  and  content  (AV)
       scanning.

       The  content  phrase  filtering  will  check  for  pages  that  contain
       profanities and phrases often associated  with  pornography  and  other
       undesirable  content.   The POST filtering allows you to block or limit
       web uploads.  The URL and domain filtering is able to handle huge lists
       and is significantly faster than squidGuard.

       Content scanning enables downloaded content to be passed through ClamD,
       KAVD, any local program with machine-parseable console output, and  any
       other AV scanner available as an ICAP server.

       The  filtering  has  configurable  domain, user and source IP exception
       lists.  SSL tunneling is  supported;  however,  due  to  the  encrypted
       nature  of  HTTPS  requests, filtering is only supported on destination
       domain.  The configurable logging produces a log in  an  easy  to  read
       format  which  has  the  option  to only log the text-based pages, thus
       significantly reducing redundant information such as every image  on  a
       page.

       DansGuardian is under continuous development and so it is best to visit
       the web site for the latest information.

        (1) Technically DansGuardian is more of a filtering pass-through  than
       a true proxy - but don't let that worry you!

        (2)  DansGuardian  should  work  with  any  proxy, not just Squid. For
       example, it is known to work with Oops.

DOCUMENTATION

       For all further information including copyright,  support,  FAQ,  docs,
       mailing list - please go to:

         http://dansguardian.org/
         Mirror: http://dansguardian.intmain.com/

       Available documentation can be found at
        http://www.dansguardian.org/?page=documentation

       The DansGuardian FAQ is at http://www.dansguardian.org/?page=faq

       Some  useful HOWTOs that cover specific implimentations of DansGuardian
       and caching/filtering in general can be found at
        http://www.dansguardian.org/?page=howto

       Information about Debian specific  changes  and  configuration  can  be
       found in /usr/share/doc/dansguardian/changelog.Debian.gz .

OPTIONS

       -c config-file
              Use the given config-file.

       -v     gives the version number and build options.

       -h     Output a short summary of available command line options.

       -N     Do not go into the background.

       -q     causes DansGuardian to kill any running copy.

       -Q     kill any running copy AND start a new one with current options.

       -s     shows the parent process PID and exits.

       -r     closes  all  connections  and  reloads config files by issuing a
              HUP, but this does not reset  the  maxchildren  option  (amongst
              others).

       -g     gently  restarts  by  not  closing all current connections; only
              reloads filter group config files. (Issues a USR1)

COPYRIGHT

       DansGuardian is copyright Daniel Barron 2001.

         daniel@jadeb.com