Squid - help with HTTPS and a reg expression?
sully last edited by
I recently upgraded my pfsense box and decided to give v2.0.2 a spin.
I am having issues with squid/squidguard and non-transparent proxy-ing.
DSL > pfsense (wan pppoe | lan 192.168.1.1) > switches > clients DHCP: 192.168.1.0/27 are all static mapped using MAC (this is least restricted range) 192.168.1.90-99 is dynamically assigned (this is guest range) 192.168.1.100-?? static mapped using MAC (kids range, most restricted) Aliases: all known pcs have alias aliases are then grouped (ie. kids, guests, etc) Forwarding DNS using Norton ip addresses (used to use open dns) firewall rules: allow 53 for all to norton dns alias deny 53 for all deny 80 for kids alias ip group deny 443 for kids alias ip group (default allow all is after these) squid: Non transparent mode squidguard: using MDES blacklist common ACL (deny all) !all groups ACL: guests > allow all except some MDES categories kids > allow ONLY custom target categories Set client proxy to HTTP and HTTPS using 192.168.1.1:3128.
With no proxy settings, the firewall rules deny 80/443 traffic for the target machines. With proxy settings, whitelisted sites are allowed. If I whitelist mail.google.com, it fails. Error reports accounts.google.com is needed, so I allow both mail.google.com and accounts.google.com. Still fails. I was under the impression that this group (kids) would be default deny anything EXCEPT the whitelists. In that case, gmail.google.com should work.
I don't understand the error here. Prior to this I was using transparent proxy, which of course allowed https://mail.google.com to go through. Another thing of note is that going to say http://google.com will show my squid denied page, whereas trying https://google.com just gives an error without the squid denied page showing. Is there something different in how squid and/or squidguard handles HTTPS that I am not aware of? I understand that HTTPS is encrypted, so squid cannot really "see into" the information, but I read it will filter HTTPS just like HTTP if you are not in transparent mode. What am I not understanding about this exactly?
And finally, if I wanted to block google images from showing, how would I write a regular expression for that? If we assume that the images will always start with
how do you write that for squid or squidguard?
Further, this is a list I have gathered that might also work. realizing some would be used in a domain list, and some in a URL list:
google.com gstatic.com images.google.com tbn.l.google.com t0.gstatic.com t1.gstatic.com t2.gstatic.com t3.gstatic.com t4.gstatic.com google.com/imghp google.com/images
In short, I want to filter HTTPS with squid and squidguard, and get rid of google search images for certain ip groups. The safe search option doesn't filter out all I want it to unfortunately. I feel like I have a good grasp on most of this, but the inclusion of HTTPS is confusing me and regular expressions are, well, not really regular at all LOL.
Thanks to any takers.
terryhenderson last edited by
for google images and videos I'm blacklisting the following tags, so once they are in the url, the url is blocked instantly:
hope this is of some benefit to you and others.