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Figured it out. After looking at the code that is generated and referencing the Squid Guardian website for some examples, it became clear to me that the Target Categories column contains the blacklist / whitelist rules that are applied when the acl is within the specified time period, and the Target Categories for off-time are the blacklist / whitelist ...


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According to the tutorial, I should be able to change the Common Name during this process That tutorial tells you to generate a new key with openssl genrsa AND new CSR with openssl req -new AND create the cert from the CSR with openssl ca. (Although like too many people it wrongly says a cert is created by 'sign[ing] the CSR'. The CA does not sign the CSR....


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TXT_DB error number 2 means DB_ERROR_INDEX_CLASH. You've tried to submit a certificate into the OpenSSL CA database with the same index twice. The cause of this is usually submitting a certificate to the database that contains the same Serial Number or same Common Name. For the latter, check for the unique_subject option in the intermediate/openssl.conf ...


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GateSentry generates the certificates of the host that you are accessing on-the-fly so that your browser believes that it is accessing the original site. That certificate has to be signed by a Certification Authority that your browser trusts otherwise you'll get error messages such as the one you've seen. GateSentry comes with a default CA certificate ...


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For Volta, it looks like you need to apt-get install liblua5.2-dev For asqredir it seems you've missed the section of the HOWTO guide that tells you to uncomment and adapt the URL configuration file. It's currently doing exactly what you've asked, which is to object to nothing. Your testing matches exactly the test suggestion in that same HOWTO guide: ...



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