Project info for adzapper

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adzapper is a filtering proxy that blocks ads from being downloaded and displayed by your web browser. Instead of ad banners, you see blank spaces: adzapper transforms the ads into transparent gifs. adzapper runs on Linux, Windows, and most Unix platforms and has a web-based user-interface. It is written in Python, with performance and flexibility in mind-- it's small and fast, and its filter rules are in XML-based site-specific files ("zaplets") that are easy to make and share. (adzapper will have use the Python license in the next release.)

License: ZPL (Zope Public License)

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