Block msn (messenger) using squid



  • they alguem knows as I make to block msn using squid. know below that adding these rules, I I obtain to block, as I I make this in the pfsense?
    **acl users_msn proxy_auth -i "users_msn.txt"
      ##Site MSN
      acl msn url_regex -i gateway.messenger.
      acl msn url_regex -i login.live.com
      acl msn url_regex -i gateway.dll
      acl msn url_regex -i msn.com

    ##ACL's MSN
      http_access allow usuarios_msn msn
      http_access deny usuarios_msn all**



  • Hello!

    There is another user in the Spanish section who is asking for the same thing.

    Did you solve it? How?

    Thanks in advance,

    Josep Pujadas



  • @bellera:

    Hello!

    There is another user in the Spanish section who is asking for the same thing.

    Did you solve it? How?

    Thanks in advance,

    Josep Pujadas

    Is seams to be Portuguese, Insted of spanish…



  • @mantunespb:

    they alguem knows as I make to block msn using squid. know below that adding these rules, I I obtain to block, as I I make this in the pfsense?
    **acl users_msn proxy_auth -i "users_msn.txt"
       ##Site MSN
       acl msn url_regex -i gateway.messenger.
       acl msn url_regex -i login.live.com
       acl msn url_regex -i gateway.dll
       acl msn url_regex -i msn.com

    ##ACL's MSN
       http_access allow usuarios_msn msn
       http_access deny usuarios_msn all**

    You have another, simplier way to block MSN, read this:

    http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,9176.msg51921.html#msg51921



  • @josempinto:

    You have another, simplier way to block MSN, read this:

    http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,9176.msg51921.html#msg51921

    It's hardly simpler.  In fact, your method requires the installation of many packages, some of which are problematic.  This approach is much simpler, requiring a few squid ACLs.  Incidentally, there are a number of posts on the squid support mailing list talking about using squid to filter various IM clients.  They're all very detailed and helpful.



  • @submicron:

    It's hardly simpler.  In fact, your method requires the installation of many packages, some of which are problematic.  This approach is much simpler, requiring a few squid ACLs.  Incidentally, there are a number of posts on the squid support mailing list talking about using squid to filter various IM clients.  They're all very detailed and helpful.

    Hello “submicron”

    “submicron”, as a Packages Moderator,  I think I only now have understand your point. The problem, is that I have been blind and stupid till now, and haven’t already seem a so simple ting.

    You told  “installation of many packages”, and this are the key words! Only now I understood the key word: 5 packages are “many”
    Pf sense does not support the installation of several (“many”) packages, and I was trying to do that. So, in conclusion, I should not try to install so many packages, and I should install fewer, might one or two in maximum.

    Anyway, PFSense is still a good firewall and Thank you for information. I have been blind and stupid.

    It would be nice that we could install a minimum set of packages that could transform PFSense in a true and decent firewall, doing some cache (Squid ) at the same time we had some evidences that the tings were working (Lightsquid ). I thought that I was not trying to install nothing special…. (like Dashboard, LCDproc, Zabbix, Spand nider (even) Snort))

    Anyway, PFSense is still a good firewall and Thank you for information. I have been blind and stupid.

    Regards.


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