I can easily use Netcat (or, Socat) to capture traffic between my browser and a specific host:port. But for Linux, does there exist any command-line counterpart of a Squid-like HTTP proxy that I can ...
In Firefox is add-on FoxyProxy, which makes possible use many proxy with filtering URLs. I need it for any browser, but in many of them it is only possible to set one proxy server. I need a ...
I just setup Gate Sentry on a Raspberry PI 3, and it contains Squid 3 as part of it's proxy chain. It also utilizes ssl bump and certain websites that use SSL (usually big ones, like Facebook and ...
We are using a squid proxy server (version 3.1.4) in our office environment on linux box. In total we are approximately 20 users and all are in one network and we have internet plan of 25GB/month. Now ...
In pfSense what is the meaning of the “Target Categories” and “Target Categories for off-time” columns in the Groups ACL Screen?
In SquidGuard within pfSense 2.3.1 in the Groups ACL screen there are two columns in the Target Rules List Target Categories and Target Categories for off-time. Each value in the row has the values ...
I am trying to finetune web filtering with squid, but meeting ununderstandable behaviour (for me). For example, if I open the following address: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ It goes fine. But if I ...
What features of Squid 3 would allow the blocking of all traffic and then just adding servers to a whitelist that are allowed through?
I just installed Gate Sentry on a Raspberrry PI 3, and I'm able to block https facebook; provided I set the browser to use the proxy on port 8080 and the certificate. It gives me a nice content ...