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HTTPS filtering on pfSense 2.4

The tutorial describing HTTP and HTTPS filtering on pfSense 2.4 using Squid and Web Safety ICAP web filter 5.2 was updated to match newly released pfSense 2.4.1. Added sections on transparent intercepted proxy deployment and blocking of QUIC protocol to … Continue reading

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Join our Early Adopters Community

We are opening the early adopter program for developers, admins and devops. If you are interested in what we develop for web filtering and would like to take a look at alpha and beta versions of our program potentially influencing … Continue reading

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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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