also indebted to Dr Ling Hao and Dr John Gallop for their precious advices and machined-made from a Gerber file (the standard file type. It is a common request in squid to have it block downloading certain files based on their extension in the url path. A quick look at google’s. How do I configure squid content filtering? You need to use squid ACL (access control list) to block all files by extensions.
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I have successfully blocked most of the extensions using this reg pattern. So your regex matches well. OK now I hate you twice as much: Kindly shade a light how to proceed? Do Squid consider it part of the url?
Squid proxy : blocking download of some file extensions
Learn how your comment data is processed. I think that to resolve this you can either use: Looking for quick reasponse.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. How can i gaolop rare extensions for example: So I might indeed be missing the! OK, so you block? Apparently it does not pass any extension details through the url itself. I am using Linux Mint 17 ubuntu Yes it should be doable mate: Thanks for quick reply, I tried the filetypf Is there a way to apply this extension block only for a filetyle site? So we need to change our blockExtensions.
Any way to block all those as well that are going through https? For example when zip attachment is blocked you can still download through yahoo emails and or dropbox. Your email address will not be published. I have the following locked extension: I followed the steps viletype to block torrents both in url and also tried to block the torrent application by configuring the acl port denied.
Thanks for great info… the url was grabbed from below page http: Also i need to know how to block the torrent websites. I am unable to block any type of downloading in squid. Thanking you in advanced.
The mistake here is that we assume that the URL will strictly finish by the extension filety;e want to block, consider the two examples below: Any idea how to block these things as well? The mistake here is that we assume that the URL will strictly finish by the extension we want to block, consider the two examples below:. It is a common request in squid to have it block downloading certain files based on their extension in the url path.
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I searched on google alot and qsuids tried the above but I am faild to do so. Good question indeed, usually it should not but I guess squid would consider it in the regex matching. How I can block anything after an extension? So that i can impliment in my company without any issues. For example i want to block. Does this work for squid version 3. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Squid uses the extended regex processor which is the same as egrep.
Unfortunately this is not enough to prevent users from downloading. I have just tried my self.