Ubuntu 10.04
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Run with SquidGuard
2010/07/25
  In addition to squidClamav, Run Squid with squidGuard that is a URL redirector used to use blacklists.

[1] Install squidguard
root@lan05:~#
aptitude -y install squidguard


root@lan05:~#
mv /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf.bk

root@lan05:~#
vi /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf


# create new ( most simply setting )

dbhome /var/lib/squidguard/db
logdir /var/log/squid

# define category 'deny'

dest deny {
# define prohibited domain file for 'deny'

domainlist deny/domains

# define prohibited URL file for 'deny'

urllist deny/urls

}


acl {
default {

# allow except 'deny'

pass !deny all

# redirect URL

redirect http://www05.srv.world/error.html

}

}


root@lan05:~#
mkdir /var/lib/squidguard/db/deny

root@lan05:~#
vi /var/lib/squidguard/db/deny/domains


# write domains you'd like to prohibit to access

yahoo.co.jp
example.com


root@lan05:~#
vi /var/lib/squidguard/db/deny/urls


# write URLs you'd like to prohibit to access

www.yahoo.co.jp/deny/
www.example.com/


root@lan05:~#
squidGuard -C all

root@lan05:~#
chown -R proxy. /var/lib/squidguard/db/deny


root@lan05:~#
vi /etc/squidclamav.conf


# line 16: uncomment and change PATH

squidguard
/usr/bin/squidGuard


root@lan05:~#
service squid restart

squid start/running, process 16131
[2] Try to access to the URL set as prohibited domain in [1].
 
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