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I have some questions about squid security. Firstly, my acl list is posted in the attachment. There is a line. acl manager proto cache_object What exactly does this do? And ...
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    Squid proxy hardening.


    I have some questions about squid security.

    Firstly, my acl list is posted in the attachment. There is a line. acl manager proto cache_object What exactly does this do?

    And i've also listed my http_access list. Would this combination be considered secure? Is there any way to harden it further?

    I want to only allow access to this list from my local area network. And i want only my machine, to be able to make any administrative changes to the proxy. Will this configuration allow that to happen. List attached.
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    /bump

    I'd like to add on to the question above.

    What are possible ways to bypass a squid proxy?
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