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Need to Monitor where end users go on the web

Posted on 2013-06-27
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I'm looking for a cheap product that will allow me to see where end users are going on the internet.  Perhaps even allows me to restrict access to certain websites.

Thoughts?
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Hello,

you need to install and configure a web proxy to achieve your goal.
Squid is a free opensource solution.

Regards
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