[squid-users] HTTPS issues with squidguard after upgrading from squid 2.7 to 3.5

Marcus Kool marcus.kool at urlfilterdb.com
Wed Jun 15 12:37:40 UTC 2016

On 06/15/2016 08:24 AM, reqman wrote:

> I have been using squidGuard for 10+ years. Not the best one could
> have, but I am accustomed to its use and idiosyncrasies. Furthermore,
> it is package well supported on FreeBSD.
> You are mentioning ufdbGuard. Are its lists free for government use?
> If not, then I can not use it, since we have very strict purchasing
> requirements, even if it costs $1. And of course, I would have to go
> through evaluation, the usual learning curve etc.

ufdbGard is free software.
You can use it with any database you desire...  the free ones, your own or
a commercial one.

There is little learning curve since it is a fork of squidguard and there
is a Reference Manual and email support from URLfilterDB, even for those
who use a free database.


> Don't get me wrong here, I'm not saying no. I'm just saying that even
> though it seems to be easy to say "yes", reality is much different.
> M.-

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