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    adding / removing in squid


    Does anyone how to add and remove / allow certain websites in squid im totally stumped

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    # stupid lzio.com worm...
    acl lzio url_regex lzio.com
    http_access deny lzio

    # created on xx/x/xxxx for all gov.my
    acl gov url_regex gov.my
    http_access allow gov

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    so where do i add that? and i though there was a way to add it by the command line

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    add those into your squid.conf. the squid.conf that comes default should havve plenty of examples in it, for redhat, it's normally located in /etc/squid/

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    lets say i wanted to allow a domain...

    lets say the domain pcmx-mi.com

    what would i do?

    lets also say i want to remove access to google.com
    what would i do?

    cane you make me what it should be? in a config file or w/e?

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    url_regex works in the way that it search for a particular string in your URL. say if i insert:

    Code:
    # ban anything to do with google... 
    acl goog url_regex google 
    http_access deny goog
    then url like www.google-alternative.com www.google-imakeupthisurl.com www.google-2.com or even google.somethingelse.com will be banned as well

    check the squid documentation for more info, or lets start googling

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