[squid-users] squidguard and windows update
magiclink at outlook.com
Wed Nov 25 13:40:38 UTC 2015
Ok sorry for this mistake !With only one url_regex ACL, i put one domain per line in a file, will it work ?
> To: squid-users at lists.squid-cache.org
> From: eliezer at ngtech.co.il
> Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2015 15:30:28 +0200
> Subject: Re: [squid-users] squidguard and windows update
> I am biased but both squid and squidguard requires some action when you
> need to update the acls.
> If you need a small amount of rules it is fine to use squid otherwise
> you better try external tools for filtering.
> On 25/11/2015 13:51, Amos Jeffries wrote:
> > Wait up.
> > Magic has been fooled by the marketing words into thinking a "deny page"
> > from SquidGuard actually denies something. It does not.
> > All SG does. All it ever can do. Is tell Squid where to fetch the URL
> > from (rewrite), or to tell Squid to tell the client to try somewhere
> > else (redirect).
> > What Magic is thinking of as a "deny" is actually just a statement
> > "here, fetch the data from 127.0.0.1". Then the SG (aka. 127.0.0.1) when
> > asked responds by dumping out its HTML "error page" text as the reply.
> > This unexpected response completely breaks whatever the client needed to
> > fetch. If the client is a browser then it happily displays the HTML
> > response (as seen in the test described), otherwise it just*breaks*
> > whatever application was running.
> > I expect the real clients are seeing lots of very annoying WindowsUpdate
> > 8002something errors, getting pissed off, and then working to bypass the
> > "that damn proxy" which is breaking their Windows machines.
> > What this means for Squid (and sarg) is that the lines above get logged.
> > The server SG told Squid to contact*did* respond and the response*was*
> > an "HTTP/1.1 200 OK" reply message.
> > Magic; I suggest you drop SG and use squid.conf ACLs instead. Everything
> > SG can do so can Squid itself.
> > Amos
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