Havp and snort dont work after fresh install of 2.2.4



  • i had a computer with pfsense 2.1.5
    and i install a fresh copy of pfsense 2.2.4

    and i have problem to configure the setting for Havp as parent for squid

    i did everything as it use to bin the old install
    but it dont work
    it shut down (havp)

    now i know i missing something
    but i dont know what

    snort and havp keep shutdown
    i Start havp and it work

    and when i start snort then both snort and havp shutdown








  • I reinstalled snort and havp
    now snort work 
    and the only problem is

    havp go down


  • Banned

    Condering how dead this thing is upstream, you'd be a whole lot better off trying to get Squid3 + C-ICAP working.



  • Is there a way to fix it ?

    The only problem is havp keep shutdown
    and i dont know to Check way


  • Banned

    Not enough information here for any troubleshooting. Plus, if this is a HAVP problem, it's probably never gonna get fixed. Upstream has been dead for years. Also note, this should be used with Squid as upstream proxy, never standalone (completely sucks at communication with webservers). So, while already setting up Squid, might as well use the Squid native features instead.



  • Not enough information here for any troubleshooting

    What information is needed
    Tell me I will list here
    If I knew how to get it

    Plus, if this is a HAVP problem, it's probably never gonna get fixed

    why ??

    Upstream has been dead for years

    what is Upstream ?
    Stream from PC to the Internet ??

    I have a hard disk installed on it pfsense 2.1.5 I got out of this computer
    And everything is working correctly
    Why it does not work correctly in the new version


  • Banned

    Sigh. What I am telling you that

    • HAVP upstream is dead. There is NO development ongoing. No bugfixes. Nothing. Dead code.
    • If you actully read the HAVP docs, you'd see it's never been recommended to run HAVP as a standalone proxy. It should always be used with an upstream proxy (like Squid).
    • Now that Squid3 has the C-ICAP feature which allows you to run the exact same antivirus scanning, HAVP is completely pointless overhead. (Which gets us back to #1 - guess why it's dead.)

    A screenshot of HAVP forum to get the point through, hopefully:

    Enough here.



  • so squid3 Replaces both havp and squid ?



  • squid3 replace hvap if you run it as a proxy

    snort works for me. hvap does not.



  • I use squid as proxy
    and havp as antivirus (parent for proxy)

    so i need to remove both of them (squid and havp) and install squid3
    or only havp ???

    snort back to work
    after i reinstall it Again


  • Banned

    Yeah, remove both pieces of dead junk.



  • ok so i remove squid and havp

    and install squid3
    but i have a Small problem

    when i Marks V on Transparent HTTP proxy
    Internet access is very limited and slow

    Is these settings okay

    from the anti virus Tab

    in Client forward options

    Would it be okay to Change to
    do not send client info

    squidclamav.conf

    #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    # SquidClamav default configuration file
    #
    # To know to customize your configuration file, see squidclamav manpage
    # or go to http://squidclamav.darold.net/
    #
    #-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    #
    # Global configuration
    #
    
    # Maximum size of a file that may be scanned. Any file bigger that this value
    # will not be scanned.
    maxsize 5000000
    
    # When a virus is found then redirect the user to this URL
    redirect http://proxy.domain.dom/squid_clwarn.php
    
    # Path to the squiGuard binary if you want URL filtering, note that you'd better
    # use the squid configuration directive 'url_rewrite_program' instead.
    #squidguard /usr/local/squidGuard/bin/squidGuard
    
    # Path to the clamd socket, use clamd_local if you use Unix socket or if clamd
    # is listening on an Inet socket, comment clamd_local and set the clamd_ip and
    # clamd_port to the corresponding value.
    clamd_local /var/run/clamav/clamd.sock
    #clamd_ip 192.168.1.5,127.0.0.1
    #clamd_port 3310
    
    # Set the timeout for clamd connection. Default is 1 second, this is a good
    # value but if you have slow service you can increase up to 3.
    timeout 1
    
    # Force SquidClamav to log all virus detection or squiguard block redirection
    # to the c-icap log file.
    logredir 0
    
    # Enable / disable DNS lookup of client ip address. Default is enabled '1' to
    # preserve backward compatibility but you must desactivate this feature if you
    # don't use trustclient with hostname in the regexp or if you don't have a DNS
    # on your network. Disabling it will also speed up squidclamav.
    dnslookup 1
    
    # Enable / Disable Clamav Safe Browsing feature. You mus have enabled the
    # corresponding behavior in clamd by enabling SafeBrowsing into freshclam.conf
    # Enabling it will first make a safe browsing request to clamd and then the
    # virus scan request. 
    safebrowsing 0
    
    #
    # Here is some defaut regex pattern to have a high speed proxy on system
    # with low resources.
    #
    
    # Do not scan images
    #abort ^.*\.(ico|gif|png|jpg)$
    #abortcontent ^image\/.*$
    
    # Do not scan text files
    #abort ^.*\.(css|xml|xsl|js|html|jsp)$
    #abortcontent ^text\/.*$
    #abortcontent ^application\/x-javascript$
    
    # Do not scan streamed videos
    #abortcontent ^video\/x-flv$
    #abortcontent ^video\/mp4$
    
    # Do not scan flash files
    #abort ^.*\.swf$
    #abortcontent ^application\/x-shockwave-flash$
    
    # Do not scan sequence of framed Microsoft Media Server (MMS) data packets
    #abortcontent ^.*application\/x-mms-framed.*$
    
    # White list some sites
    #whitelist .*\.clamav.net
    
    # See also 'trustuser' and 'trustclient' configuration directives
    
    

    c-icap.conf

    #
    # This file contains the default settings for c-icap
    # 
    # 
    
    # TAG: PidFile
    # Format: PidFile pid_file
    # Description:
    #	The file to store the pid of the main process of the c-icap server.
    # Default:
    #	PidFile /var/run/c-icap/c-icap.pid
    PidFile /var/run/c-icap/c-icap.pid
    
    # TAG: CommandsSocket
    # Format: CommandsSocket socket_file
    # Description:
    #	The path of file to use as control socket for c-icap
    # Default:
    #	CommandsSocket /var/run/c-icap/c-icap.ctl
    CommandsSocket /var/run/c-icap/c-icap.ctl
    
    # TAG: Timeout
    # Format: Timeout seconds
    # Description:
    #	The time in seconds after which a connection without activity
    #	can be cancelled.
    # Default:
    #	Timeout 300
    Timeout 300
    
    # TAG: MaxKeepAliveRequests
    # Format: MaxKeepAliveRequests number
    # Description:
    #	The maximum number of requests can be served by one connection
    #	Set it to -1 for no limit
    # Default:
    #	MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
    MaxKeepAliveRequests 100
    
    # TAG: KeepAliveTimeout
    # Format: KeepAliveTimeout seconds
    # Description:
    #	The maximum time in seconds waiting for a new requests before a 
    #	connection will be closed.
    #	If the value is set to -1, there is no timeout.
    # Default:
    #	KeepAliveTimeout 600
    KeepAliveTimeout 600  
    
    # TAG: StartServers
    # Format: StartServers number
    # Description:
    #	The initial number of server processes. Each server process
    #	generates a number of threads, which serve the requests.
    # Default:
    #	StartServers 3
    StartServers 3
    
    # TAG: MaxServers
    # Format: MaxServers number
    # Description:
    #	The maximum allowed number of server processes.
    # Default:
    #	MaxServers 10
    MaxServers 10
    
    # TAG: MinSpareThreads
    # Format: MinSpareThreads number
    # Description:
    #	If the number of the available threads is less than number,
    #	the c-icap server starts a new child.
    # Default:
    #	MinSpareThreads     10
    MinSpareThreads     10
    
    # TAG: MaxSpareThreads
    # Format: MaxSpareThreads number
    # Description:
    #	If the number of the available threads is more than number then 
    #	the c-icap server kills a child.
    # Default:
    #	MaxSpareThreads     20
    MaxSpareThreads     20
    
    # TAG: ThreadsPerChild
    # Format:  ThreadsPerChild number
    # Description:
    #	The number of threads per child process.
    # Default:
    #	ThreadsPerChild     10
    ThreadsPerChild     10
    
    # TAG: MaxRequestsPerChild
    # Format: MaxRequestsPerChild number
    # Description:
    #	The maximum number of requests that a child process can serve.
    #	After this number has been reached, process dies. The goal of this
    #	parameter is to minimize the risk of memory leaks and increase the
    #	stability of c-icap. It can be disabled by setting its value to 0.
    # Default:
    #	MaxRequestsPerChild  0
    MaxRequestsPerChild  0
    
    # TAG: Port
    # Format: Port port
    # Description:
    #	The port number that the c-icap server uses to listen to requests.
    # Default:
    #	Port 1344
    Port 1344 
    
    # TAG: User
    # Format: User username
    # Description:
    #	The user owning c-icap's processes. By default, the owner is the
    #	user who runs the program.
    # Default:
    #	No value
    # Example:
    #	User wwwrun
    
    # TAG: Group
    # Format: Group groupname
    # Description:
    #	The group of users owning c-icap's processes, which, by default
    #	is the group of the current user.
    # Default:
    #	No value
    # Example:
    #	Group nogroup
    
    # TAG: ServerAdmin
    # Format: ServerAdmin admin_mail
    # Description:
    #	The Administrator of this server. Used when displaying information
    #	about this server (logs, info service, etc)
    # Default:
    #	No value
    ServerAdmin you@your.address
    
    # TAG: ServerName
    # Format: ServerName aServerName
    # Description:
    #	A name for this server. Used when displaying information about this
    #	server (logs, info service, etc)
    # Default:
    #	No value
    ServerName YourServerName
    
    # TAG: TmpDir
    # Format: TmpDir dir
    # Description:
    #	dir is the location of temporary files.
    # Default:
    #	TmpDir /var/tmp
    TmpDir /var/tmp
    
    # TAG: MaxMemObject
    # Format: MaxMemObject bytes
    # Description:
    #	The maximum memory size in bytes taken by an object which
    #	is processed by c-icap . If the size of an object's body is
    #	larger than the maximum size a temporary file is used.
    # Default:
    #	MaxMemObject 131072
    MaxMemObject 131072
    
    # TAG: DebugLevel
    # Format: DebugLevel level
    # Description:
    #	The level of debugging information to be logged.
    #	The acceptable range of levels is between 0 and 10.
    # Default:
    #	DebugLevel 1
    DebugLevel 1
    
    # TAG: Pipelining
    # Format: Pipelining on|off
    # Description:
    #	Enable or disable ICAP requests pipelining
    # Default:
    #	Pipelining on
    Pipelining on
    
    # TAG: SupportBuggyClients
    # FORMAT: SupportBuggyClients on|off
    # Description:
    #	Try to handle requests from buggy clients, for example ICAP requests
    #	missing "\r\n" sequences
    # Default:
    # SupportBuggyClients off
    SupportBuggyClients off
    
    # TAG: ModulesDir
    # Format: ModulesDir dir
    # Description:
    #	The location of modules
    # Default:
    #	ModulesDir /usr/local/lib/c_icap
    ModulesDir /usr/local/lib/c_icap
    
    # TAG: ServicesDir
    # Format: ServicesDir dir
    # Description:
    #	The location of services
    # Default:
    #	ServicesDir /usr/local/lib/c_icap
    ServicesDir /usr/local/lib/c_icap
    
    # TAG: TemplateDir
    # Format: TemplateDir dir
    # Description:
    #	The location of the text templates used by c-icap and its services,
    #	categorized by language and services/modules
    # Default:
    #	No value
    # Example:
    TemplateDir /usr/local/share/c_icap/templates/
    
    # TAG: TemplateDefaultLanguage
    # Format: TemplateDefaultLanguage lang
    # Description:
    #	Sets the default language to use for text templates
    # Default:
    #	TemplateDefaultLanguage en
    TemplateDefaultLanguage en
    
    #TemplateReloadTime 360
    #TemplateCacheSize 20
    #TemplateMemBufSize 8192
    
    # TAG: LoadMagicFile
    # Format: LoadMagicFile path
    # Description:
    #	Load a c-icap magic file. A magic file contains various 
    #	data type definitions. Look inside default c-icap.magic file
    #	for more informations.
    #	It can be used more than once to use multiple magic files.
    # Default:
    #	LoadMagicFile /usr/local/etc/c-icap/c-icap.magic
    LoadMagicFile /usr/local/etc/c-icap/c-icap.magic
    
    # TAG: RemoteProxyUsers
    # Format: RemoteProxyUsers onoff
    # Description:
    #	Set it to on if you want to use username provided by the proxy server.
    #	This is the recomended way to use users in c-icap.
    #	If the RemoteProxyUsers is off and c-icap configured to use users or
    #	groups the internal authentication mechanism will be used.
    # Default:
    #	RemoteProxyUsers off
    RemoteProxyUsers off
    
    # TAG: RemoteProxyUserHeader
    # Format: RemoteProxyUserHeader Header
    # Description:
    #	Used to specify the icap header used by the proxy server to send
    #	the authenticated client username to c-icap server 
    # Default:
    #	RemoteProxyUserHeader X-Authenticated-User
    RemoteProxyUserHeader X-Authenticated-User
    
    # TAG: RemoteProxyUserHeaderEncoded
    # Format: RemoteProxyUserHeaderEncoded onoff
    # Description:
    #	Set it to off if the RemoteProxyUserHeader is not base64 encoded
    # Default:
    #	RemoteProxyUserHeaderEncoded on
    RemoteProxyUserHeaderEncoded on
    
    # TAG: AuthMethod
    # Format: AuthMethod Method Authenticator
    # Description:
    #	Used to define the internal authentication mechanism to use. This
    #	feature is not well tested and may cause problems. It is better to use
    #	RemoteProxyUser configuration.
    #	Method is the authentication method to use (basic, digest, etc).
    #	Currently only basic authentication method is implemented as build in
    #	module
    #	Authenticator currently can only be "basic_simple_db"
    #	It can be considered as a user/password store and can be
    #	implemented as external module. The basic_simple_db is implemented as
    #	build it module
    # Default:
    #	No set
    # Example:
    #	AuthMethod basic basic_simple_db
    
    # TAG: basic.Realm
    # Format: basic.Realm ARealm
    # Description:
    #	Specify the basic method realm
    # Default:
    #	basic.Realm "Basic authentication"
    # Example:
    #	basic.Realm "c-icap server authentication"
    
    # TAG: basic_simple_db.UsersDB
    # Format: basic_simple_db.UsersDB LookupTable
    # Description:
    #	Specify the lookup table where the usernames/passwords pairs 
    #	are stored. The paswords must be unencrypted
    #	For more information about c-icap lookup tables read c-icap server
    #	manual page
    # Default:
    #	No value
    # Example:
    #	basic_simple_db.UsersDB hash:/usr/local/c-icap/etc/c-icap-users.txt
    
    # TAG: GroupSourceByGroup
    # Format: GroupSourceByGroup LookupTable
    # Description:
    #	Defines a lookup table where the groups of users are stored indexed
    #	by group. It can be used more than once.
    #	For more information about c-icap lookup tables read c-icap server
    #	manual page
    # Default:
    #	No set
    # Example:
    #	GroupSourceByGroup hash:/usr/local/c-icap/etc/c-icap-groups.txt
    
    # TAG: GroupSourceByUser
    # Format: GroupSourceByUser LookupTable
    # Description:
    #	Defines a lookup table where the groups of users are stored indexed 
    #	by user. It can be used more than once.
    #	For more information about c-icap lookup tables read c-icap server
    #	manual page
    # Default:
    #	No set
    # Example:
    #	GroupSourceByUser hash:/usr/local/c-icap/etc/c-icap-user-groups.txt
    
    # TAG: acl
    # Format: acl name type[{param}] value1 [value2] [...]
    # Description:
    #	Supported acl types are:
    #		acl aclname service service1 ...
    #		     The servicename
    #		acl aclname type OPTIONS|RESPMOD|REQMOD ...
    #		     The icap method
    #		acl aclname port port1 ...
    #		     The icap server port
    #		acl aclname src ip1/netmask1 ...
    #		     The client ip address
    #		acl aclname srvip ip1/netmask1 ...
    #		     The c-icap server ip address
    #		acl aclname icap_header{HeaderName} value1 ...
    #		     Matches the icap header HeaderName with value1 ...
    #		     The values are in regex form: /avalue/
    #		acl aclname icap_resp_header{HeaderName} value1 ...
    #		     The icap response header
    #		     The values are in regex form: /avalue/
    #		acl aclname http_req_header{HeaderName} value1 ...
    #		     The http request header
    #		     The values are in regex form: /avalue/
    #		acl aclname http_resp_header{HeaderName} value1 ...
    #		     The http response header
    #		     The values are in regex form: /avalue/
    #		acl aclname data_type type1 ...
    #		     The data type as recognized by the internal data type
    #		     recognizer. The types are defined in c-icap.magic file
    #		acl aclname auth username|* ...
    #		     The authenticated users. Using * instead of username means
    #		     all users.
    #		acl aclname group group1 ...
    #		     if the user of request belongs to given groups
    # Default:
    #	None set
    # Examples:
    #	acl OPTIONS type OPTIONS
    #	acl RESPMOD type RESPMOD
    #	acl REQMOD  type REQMOD
    #	acl ALLREQUESTS type OPTIONS RESPMOD REQMOD
    #	acl XHEAD icap_header{X-Test}  /value/
    #	acl ECHO service echo
    #	acl localnet src 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0
    #	acl localhost src 127.0.0.1/255.255.255.255
    #	acl all src 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
    
    # TAG: icap_access
    # Format: icap_access allow|deny [!]acl1 ...
    # Description:
    #	Allowing or denying ICAP access based on defined access lists
    # Default:
    #	None set
    # Example:
    #	icap_access deny XHEAD
    #	#Allow OPTIONS method for all:
    #	icap_access allow localnet OPTIONS
    #	#Require authentication for all users from local network:
    #	icap_access allow AUTH localnet
    #	icap_access deny all
    
    # TAG: client_access
    # Format: client_access allow|deny acl1 [acl2] [...]
    # Description:
    #	Allowing or denying connections on c-icap based on
    #	defined access lists. Only the acl types src, srvip and port
    #	can be used.
    # Default:
    #	None set
    # Example:
    #	client_access allow all
    
    # TAG: LogFormat 
    # Format: LogFormat Name Format
    # Description:
    #	Name is a name for this log format.
    #	Format is a string with embedded % format codes. % format codes 
    #	has the following form:
    #	    % [-] [width] [{argument}] formatcode
    #	    if - is specified then the output is left aligned
    #	    if width specified then the field is exactly width size
    #	    some formatcodes support arguments given as {argument}
    #	
    #	Format codes:
    #	       %a:  Remote IP-Address
    #	       %la: Local IP Address
    #	       %lp: Local port
    #	       %>a: Http Client IP Address. Only supported if the proxy 
    #	       	    client supports the "X-Client-IP" header
    #	       %<a: http="" server="" ip="" address.="" only="" supported="" if="" the="" proxy<br="">#	       	    client supports the "X-Server-IP" header
    #	       %ts: Seconds since epoch
    #	       %tl: Local time. Supports optional strftime format argument
    #	       %tg: GMT time. Supports optional strftime format argument
    #	       %>ho: Modified Http request header. Supports header name
    #	       	     as argument. If no argument given the first line returned
    #	       %huo: Modified Http request url
    #	       %<ho: modified="" http="" reply="" header.="" supports="" header="" name<br="">#	       	     as argument. If no argument given the first line returned
    #	       %iu: Icap request url
    #	       %im: Icap method
    #	       %is: Icap status code
    #	       %>ih: Icap request header. Supports header name
    #	       	     as argument. If no argument given the first line returned
    #	       %<ih: icap="" response="" header.="" supports="" header="" name<br="">#	       	     as argument. If no argument given the first line returned
    #	       %Ih: Http bytes received
    #	       %Oh: Http bytes sent
    #	       %Ib: Http body bytes received
    #	       %Ob: Http body bytes sent
    #	       %I: Bytes received
    #	       %O: Bytes sent
    #	       %bph: The first 5 bytes of the body preview data. Non 
    #	       	     printable characters printed in hex form.
    #	       	     Supports the number of bytes to output as argument.
    #	       %un: Username
    #	       %Sl: Service log string
    #              %Sa: Attribute value set by service. The attribute name must 
    #                   given as argument.
    # Default:
    #	None set
    # Example:
    #	LogFormat myFormat "%tl, %a %im %iu %is %I %O %Ib %Ob %{10}bph" 
    
    # TAG: ServerLog
    # Format: ServerLog LogFile
    # Description:
    #	the file used by the build-in logger file_logger to 
    #	store debugging information, errors and other
    #	information about the c-icap server.
    # Default:
    #	ServerLog /var/log/c-icap/server.log
    ServerLog /var/log/c-icap/server.log
    
    # TAG: AccessLog
    # Format: AccessLog LogFile [LogFormat] [[!]acl1] [[!]acl2] [...]
    # Description:
    #	LogFile is a file where to log access information.
    #	LogFormat is the log format to use. If ommited c-icap uses:
    #	 	"%tl, %la %a %im %iu %is"
    #	Also acls can be used to select certain requests to be logged.
    #	This directive can be used more than once to specify more than
    #	one access log files
    # Default:
    #	AccessLog /var/log/c-icap/access.log
    # Example:
    #	AccessLog /var/log/c-icap/access.log MyFormat all
    AccessLog /var/log/c-icap/access.log
    
    # TAG: Logger
    # Format: Logger LoggerName
    # Description:
    #	Specify wich logger to use. By default uses the build in "file_logger" which
    #	uses files for access and server logging.
    # Default:
    #	Logger file_logger
    # Example:
    #	Logger sys_logger
    
    # TAG: Module
    # Format: Module Type ModuleFile
    # Description:
    #	Load an external module/plugin to c-icap.
    #	ModuleFile is the filename of the module. If no full path given then c-icap
    #	searche in path defined by the ModulesDir configuration parameter.
    #	Type is the type of the external module and can be one of the following:
    #	- "logger" for modules implement a logger
    #	- "common" for general purpose modules
    # Default:
    #	
    # Example:
    #	Module logger sys_logger.so
    
    # TAG: Service
    # Format: Service aName ServiceFile
    # Description:
    #	It loads the service ServiceFile. The argument aName used 
    #	as alias name for the service
    # Default:
    #	
    # Example:
    #	Service echo_service srv_echo.so
    
    # TAG: ServiceAlias
    # Format: ServiceAlias AliasName ServiceName[?param1=value1¶m2=value2...]
    # Description:
    #	Used to define an alias name for a service.
    # Default:
    #	
    # Example:
    #	ServiceAlias avscan srv_clamav?allow204=on&sizelimit=off&mode=simple
    
    #
    # TAG: General configuration parameters for all services
    # Description:
    #	PreviewSize: The preview data size to advertise to the icap client
    #	MaxConnections: The client should not use more than MaxConnections
    #		for this service.
    #	TransferPreview: The list of file extensions, seperated by commas,
    #		for which the client should send preview data.
    #	TransferIgnore: The list of file extensions that should not be sent
    #		to the icap server
    #	TransferComplete: The list of file extensions that should be sent
    #		in their entirety, without preview, to the icap server
    #	OptionsTTL: The options ttl for the service. The "sec[s]", "min" or 
    #		"hour[s]" can be used to secify that the time is in seconds
    #		minutes or hours respectively. If no time-units given
    #		seconds are assumed.
    #	Allow206 on|off: Enable/disable advertise of 206 responses.
    #
    # Example:
    #	echo.PreviewSize 512
    #	echo.TransferIgnore gif, jpeg
    #	echo.OptionsTTL 3 min
    
    ######################################################
    # External modules comming with core c-icap server
    #
    # Module: echo
    # Description:
    #	Simple test service
    # Example:
    #	Service echo srv_echo.so
    Service echo srv_echo.so
    
    # Module: sys_logger
    # Description:
    #	Add support for logging access and server events to syslog server
    #	Use "Module" configuration parameter to load this module and "Logger"
    #	to make it default logger for the c-icap.
    # Example:
    #	Module logger sys_logger.so
    #	Logger sys_logger
    
    # TAG: sys_logger.Prefix
    # Format: sys_logger.Prefix string
    # Description:
    #	 string is be presented in every syslog message.
    # Default:
    #	sys_logger.Prefix "C-ICAP:"
    
    # TAG: sys_logger.Facility
    # Format: sys_logger.Facility daemon|user|local1|local2|local3|local4|local5|local6|local7
    # Description:
    #	specifies the facility type of syslog. 
    # Default:
    #	sys_logger.Facility daemon
    
    # TAG: sys_logger.access_priority
    # Format: sys_logger.access_priority alert|crit|debug|emerg|err|info|notice|warning
    # Description:
    #	determines  the  importance  of the access log message
    # Default:
    #	sys_logger.access_priority info
    
    # TAG: sys_logger.server_priority
    # Format: sys_logger.server_priority alert|crit|debug|emerg|err|info|notice|warning
    # Description:
    #	determines  the  importance  of the server log message
    # Default:
    #	sys_logger.server_priority crit
    
    # TAG: sys_logger.LogFormat
    # Format: sys_logger.LogFormat LOGFORMAT
    # Description:
    #	The log format to use. If no log format defined then 
    #	the following will be used:
    #	    "%la %a %im %iu %is"
    # Default:
    #	None set 
    # Example:
    #	Logformat BasicFormat "%la %a %im %iu %is"
    #	sys_logger.LogFormat BasicFormat
    
    # TAG: sys_logger.access
    # Format: sys_logger.access [!]acl1 ...
    # Description:
    #	Allow selecting ICAP requests to be logged using acls.
    #	By default all requests will be logged.
    # Default:
    #	None set
    # Example:
    #	sys_logger.access all
    
    # End module: sys_logger
    
    # Module: bdb_tables
    # Description:
    #	Add support for Berkeley DB based lookup tables. The format for 
    #	bdb path of the lookup table is:
    #		bdb:/path/to/bdb
    #	Use the c-icap-mkbdb utility to build Berkeley DB c-icap lookup tables
    # Example:
    #	Module common bdb_tables.so
    
    # End module: bdb_tables
    
    # Module: dnsbl_tables
    # Description:
    #	Add support for dns lookup tables. Can be used to access
    #	dns block lists. The dnsbl lookup table path definition is:
    #	    dnsbl:domainname
    #	For example the lookup table  for accessing the black.uribl.com
    #	dns black list is: 
    #	    dnsbl:black.uribl.com
    # Example:
    #	Module common dnsbl_tables.so
    
    # End module: dnsbl_tables
    
    # Module: ldap_module
    # Description:
    #	Add LDAP support to c-icap. The user can use LDAP based lookup tables
    #	using the following lookup table path:
    #	      ldap://[username:password@]ldapserver?base?attr1,attr2?filter[{[cache=no]}]
    #	The filter can contain the "%s" formating code which will be replaced by
    #	the search key
    #	Examples of supported ldap urls:
    #	     ldap://ldap.chtsanti.net?o=chtsanti?cn,uid?uid=%s
    #	     ldap://cn=Directory Manager:Apassword@ldap.chtsanti.net?o=chtsanti?mermberUid?(&(objectClass=posixGroup)(cn=%s))
    #	
    #	WARNING: is not enough tested it may contain bugs!
    # Example:
    #	Module common ldap_module.so
    
    # End module: ldap_module
    
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    [code]# In this file defined the types of files and the groups of file types. 
    # The predefined data types, which are not included in this file, 
    # are ASCII, ISO-8859, EXT-ASCII, UTF (not implemented yet), HTML 
    # which are belongs to TEXT predefined group and BINARY which 
    # belongs to DATA predefined group.
    #
    # The line format of magic file is:
    #
    # offset:Magic:Type:Short Description:Group1[:Group2[:Group3]...]
    #
    # CURRENT GROUPS are :TEXT DATA EXECUTABLE ARCHIVE GRAPHICS STREAM DOCUMENT
    
    0:MZ:MSEXE:DOS/W32 executable/library/driver:EXECUTABLE
    0:LZ:DOSEXE:MS-DOS executable:EXECUTABLE
    0:\177ELF:ELF:ELF unix executable:EXECUTABLE
    0:\312\376\272\276:JavaClass:Compiled Java class:EXECUTABLE
    
    #Archives
    0:Rar!:RAR:Rar archive:ARCHIVE
    0:PK\003\004:ZIP:Zip archive:ARCHIVE
    0:PK00PK\003\004:ZIP:Zip archive:ARCHIVE
    0:\037\213:GZip:Gzip compressed file:ARCHIVE
    0:BZh:BZip:BZip compressed file:ARCHIVE
    0:SZDD:Compress.exe:MS Copmress.exe'd compressed data:ARCHIVE
    0:\037\235:Compress:UNIX compress:ARCHIVE
    0:MSCF:MSCAB:Microsoft cabinet file:ARCHIVE
    257:ustar:TAR:Tar archive file:ARCHIVE
    0:\355\253\356\333:RPM:Linux RPM file:ARCHIVE
    0:\170\237\076\042:TNEF:Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format:ARCHIVE
    20:\xDC\xA7\xC4\xFD:ZOO:Zoo archiver:ARCHIVE
    2:-lh:LHA:Lha archiver:ARCHIVE
    #Other type of Archives
    0:ITSF:MSCHM:MS Windows Html Help:ARCHIVE
    0:!<arch>\012debian:debian:Debian package:ARCHIVE
    
    # Graphics
    0:GIF8:GIF:GIF image data:GRAPHICS
    0:BM:BMP:BMP image data:GRAPHICS
    0:\377\330:JPEG:JPEG image data:GRAPHICS
    0:\211PNG:PNG:PNG image data:GRAPHICS
    0:\000\000\001\000:ICO:MS Windows icon resource:GRAPHICS
    0:FWS:SWF:Shockwave Flash data:GRAPHICS
    0:CWS:SWF:Shockwave Flash data:GRAPHICS
    
    #STREAM
    0:\000\000\001\263:MPEG:MPEG video stream:STREAM
    0:\000\000\001\272:MPEG::STREAM
    0:RIFF:RIFF:RIFF video/audio stream:STREAM
    0:OggS:OGG:Ogg Stream:STREAM
    0:ID3:MP3:MP3 audio stream:STREAM
    0:\377\373:MP3:MP3 audio stream:STREAM
    0:\377\372:MP3:MP3 audio stream:STREAM
    0:\060\046\262\165\216\146\317:ASF:WMA/WMV/ASF:STREAM
    0:.ra\0375:RAF:Real audio stream:STREAM
    0:.RMF:RMF:Real Media File:STREAM
    0:OggS:OGG:Ogg stream data:STREAM
    8:AIFF:AIFF:AIFF audio data:STREAM
    8:AIFC:AIFF:AIFF-C audio data:STREAM
    8:8SVX:AIFF:IFF/8SVX audio data:STREAM
    
    0:MOVI:SGI:SGI video format:STREAM
    4:moov:QTFF:Quick time  video format:STREAM
    4:mdat:QTFF:Quick time  video format:STREAM
    4:wide:QTFF:Quick time  video format:STREAM
    4:skip:QTFF:Quick time  video format:STREAM
    4:free:QTFF:Quick time  video format:STREAM
    8:isom:MP4:MP4 Apple video format:STREAM
    8:mp41:MP4:MP4 Apple video format:STREAM
    8:mp42:MP4:MP4 Apple video format:STREAM
    8:mmp44:MP4:MP4 Apple video format:STREAM
    8:M4A:MP4:MP4 Apple video format:STREAM
    8:3gp:3GPP:3GPP Apple video format:STREAM
    8:avc1:3GPP:3GPP Apple video format:STREAM
    
    #Responce from stream server :-)
    0:ICY 200 OK:ShouthCast:Shouthcast audio stream:STREAM
    
    #Documents
    0:\320\317\021\340\241\261:MSOFFICE:MS Office Document:DOCUMENT
    0:\376\067\0\043:MSOFFICE:MS Office Document:DOCUMENT
    0:\333\245-\000\000\000:MSOFFICE:MS Office Document:DOCUMENT
    0:\208\207\017\224\161\177\026\225\000:MSOFFICE::DOCUMENT
    4:Standard Jet DB:MSOFFICE:MS Access Database:DOCUMENT
    0:%PDF-:PDF:PDF document:DOCUMENT
    0:%!:PS:PostScript document:DOCUMENT
    0:\004%!:PS:PostScript document:DOCUMENT
    
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  • Banned

    Asked moderator to move this to Cache/Proxy forum. (And yeah, AV scanning proxies do not make internet faster.)



  • And yeah, AV scanning proxies do not make internet faster

    This option was always checked in pfsense 2.1.5
    True Internet access Though bit slow
    But there is access

    Currently in pfsense 2.2.4 this system
    when i mark V on Transparent HTTP proxy
    i dont have internet access at all

    all blocked



  • Well this just gave me a lot of good information about why I am getting [ pfSense is restoring the configuration /cf/conf/backup/config-1441808343.xml] after installing havp + snort installed before hand of havp!!!

    THANKS  @doktornotor . good looking out  ;)



  • just did a another clean install of 2.2.4 x64 and i guess the packages were updated, but everything is working now