Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week
For a proof of concept, a squid expert is required that can optimize squid for minimum metered bandwidth consumption on an appliance while also minimizing the typical end-user problems introduced with transparent squid caching.
Environment is already running and functional but not yet optimized. Optimization task will be in concert with our existing engineers via web conferencing.
I have a Ubuntu box running Squid, Mailscanner with Baruwa and Dansguardian.
Dansguardian is the content filter running over squid which acts as the proxy.
Mailscanner is the spam filter with Baruwa which can act as front end.
With regard to the system I have bound it to the active directory an squid authenticates using ad...
I would like to be able to run reports on the content filtered data to show the following:
Pie chart of sites accessed broken down by category e.g. 10% - Social media – 20% - Video -10% - News etc.
In addition I would like a list of the most visited sites. I would also like a list of blocked sites with breakdown by category of the blocked site and which user tried to access them.
Would like to keep the report down to 1-3 pages as no one is going to go through anything more detailed than that. Maybe it should be possible to run reports on specific users where required.
Essentially policy is that the school should be able to show what children are accessing...
Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week
I would like someone's help in setting up a squid proxy that we can use in our office. This would entail:
- installing it on a new Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server (I will send you SSH credentials)
- providing us with instructions for changing our office router to use the squid proxy
- configuring logging to ship log files of every website visited to our Elasticsearch server
We are in progress of making an ad blocking proxy.
The proxy must do both url filtering and body content editing based on regex (including https traffic). We are yet planning the whole system.
Our current stack: Squid + SSL bump + eCAP adapter
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