Continuing with our current search engine groove, in this issue we'll look at a search system called Juggernautsearch from HyperProject (see links below). This product positions itself as a rival to the one discussed in our last issue, ht:\/\/Dig.Unlike ht:\/\/Dig, Juggernautsearch is not a compiled program but rather a handful of Perl scripts, making it an altogether simpler installation and configuration prospect.And because it is a Perl script, it is simple to get it running on any system that supports Perl (Windows NT\/2000\/XP and Red Hat Linux are the core supported platforms).The company claims high performance: "The Juggernautsearch Engine has delivered 5 million unique page views per day using an Alpha CS40 configured with Linux Slackware 4.0. Benchmarked indexing at the rate of 50 URLs\/second, it can index 500,000 URLs\/day. Higher performance can be achieved using multiprocessor servers or enterprise systems."The free, open source version of Juggernautsearch consists of four main components:\u00a0* Pagerunner, which searches the Internet.*\u00a0Librarian, which takes the results from the Pagerunner search.* A set of scripts and HTML pages that provide the user query front-end.* A set of scripts and HTML pages that provides banner advertising support on the search Web page.The "Pro" version of Juggernautsearch does away with the banner ads and includes:* Scripts to eliminate extraneous common English words, common Internet words, obscene words, and common URLs from your database.* User configurable lists.* Scripts to support production use with very large databases.* Statistical reporting.* The ability to index local files as well as Web pages.* The ability to search for keywords as well as Web names.* Keyword filters to remove "junk collected from the Internet."Hyperproject also offers three tools derived from Juggernautsearch:* ScanOne, which scans a single Web page and returns its ranked keywords.* ScanAdult, which also scans a single Web page and flags adult language.* ScanJobs, which scans a single Web page for hiring and employment content.Pricing for Juggernautsearch 1.0.1 (Linux only) is free (for personal use only) and for Juggernautsearch Pro (Windows and Linux) is $200. For Juggernautsearch Pro with ScanOne, ScanJobs and ScanAdult (Windows and Linux) the pricing is $275. If you want the additional tools separately, ScanOne (Windows and Linux) is $50; ScanJobs (Windows and Linux) is $65; and ScanAdult (Windows and Linux) is $145.