Web Safety ICAP Filter for Squid – 4.4 beta 1

UPDATE 21 March 2016 – new build 4.4.0.302B that supports upgrades from previous versions!

Beta 1 of Diladele Web Safety ICAP filter for Squid proxy is now available. We have completely redesigned and reimplemented reporting subsystem. We now have several tens of various reports some of which support drill down.

Each report can be scheduled and built independently of others so if you do not require or better require only some of the monitoring information feel free to construct your own reporting schedule. Default reports give a nice overview of top browsing IPs and users, top visited domains and number of processed requests and consumed bandwidth (with limitations).

Please take a look, test and tell us what reports are still missing (would be nice to have). Maybe some information is better represented differently than we designed.

This version also supports the blocking of HTTPS connect tunnels with user friendly messages, global SSL and ICAP exclusions, ability to import plain text files into configuration database and much more.

Installers for all platforms including FreeBSD (pfSense) and Raspberry PI 2 are available from http://quintolabs.com/soon.php. Bugs, issues and suggestions are welcome at support@diladele.com.

We are now finishing working on bugs and trying to provide upgrade instructions from previous version of the product.

Best regards,

Diladele Dev Team

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2 Responses to Web Safety ICAP Filter for Squid – 4.4 beta 1

  1. Mat Scull says:

    Hi,
    I’d like to use diladele in a primary school. Scheduled, emailed reports of blocked activity (page requests / banned searched) are essential – do you support this?

    Thanks,

    Mat

    • sichent says:

      Hello Mat, in version 4.5 we have a lot of reports which can be viewed as PDF, but we lack e-mail functionality. Will try to implement it in 4.6 or 4.7 (october 2016).

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