Diladele Web Safety ICAP filter version 4.7 now supports new YouTube Strict and Moderate filtering for each policy in version 4.7. Beta builds and virtual appliance for VMware vSphere (ESXi) are available from https://www.diladele.com/download_next_version.html
The same build contains initial implementation of traffic reports over Squid access log files. Your comments on what can be done better are welcome at email@example.com
Diladele Dev Team
The ubuntu16.diladele.com repository to be used to install Squid 3.5.19 recompiled with support for HTTPS filtering is now live. The tutorial at docs.diladele.com is updated – https://docs.diladele.com/tutorials/build_squid_ubuntu16/repository.html
It is simple:
# add diladele apt key
wget -qO - http://packages.diladele.com/diladele_pub.asc | apt-key add -
# add repo
echo "deb http://ubuntu16.diladele.com/ubuntu/ xenial main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ubuntu16.diladele.com.list
# update the apt cache
apt-get install libecap3
apt-get install squid-common
apt-get install squid
apt-get install squidclient
The Squid 3.5.19 was rebult from Debian 8 testing repository as indicated on https://github.com/diladele/squid-ubuntu/tree/master/src/ubuntu16/scripts.squid3
We are happy to present the Beta 1 of Web Safety 4.6 ICAP web filter for Squid proxy. This version is a lot of new functionality including:
- new Web UI to integrate your Squid proxy with Active Directory, with support for Kerberos, NTLM and LDAP (basic) authentication schemes. NTLM authenticator does not require Samba to be installed and transparently redirects NTLM requests to LDAP protocol on domain controllers.
- advanced policy schedules. It is now possible to specify several schedules for a given policy with granular time intervals.
Please take a look at beta and share what is missing or functioning not as it should. It is recommended to get the prepackaged virtual appliances based on Ubuntu 14 LTS and Squid 3.5 from http://quintolabs.com/soon.php.