[squid-users] Are there any distros with SSL Bump compiled by default?

garryd at comnet.uz garryd at comnet.uz
Sat May 14 10:59:00 UTC 2016

On 2016-05-14 14:36, Tim Bates wrote:
> Are there any Linux distros with pre-compiled versions of Squid with
> SSL Bump support compiled in?
> Alternatively, does anyone reputable do a 3rd party repo for
> Debian/Ubuntu that includes SSL Bump?

Squid's SSL Bump support improves very fast, so it is recommended to 
always use newest version. Here, you can find packages for different 
distros http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq/BinaryPackages. Most 
advanced SSL bump feature Peek and Splice requires configure options 
'--with-openssl' and '--enable-ssl-crtd'. For example, Eliezer's newest 
package (squid 3.5.19) for CentOS compiled with these options.


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