Monthly Archives: September 2017

How to allow non standard HTTP(S) ports through Squid?

In default installation Squid does not allow HTTP or HTTPS connections to non standard ports (defaults for HTTP is port 80 and for HTTPS port 443). If you try to connect to URLs like http://www.example.com:8080 or https://www.exampe.com:8443 your browser will … Continue reading

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Web Safety 5.2 is Release Candidate

The new version of Web Safety ICAP web filter for Squid proxy is ready to be called a Release Candidate. This version has the following improvements and fixes. Added management UI for various settings to enable Squid caching and tune … Continue reading

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Cloud Guard URL re-writer for Squid proxy

We would like to introduce a new research project – cloud based URL rewriter for Squid proxy (code name Cloud Guard but it may change in the future). In short it is an URL rewriter that gets integrated with Squid … Continue reading

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