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Squid 3.5.24 Crack: How to Install and Use the Best Web Proxy for Your Network




If you are looking for a way to improve your network performance, security, and privacy, you might want to consider using a web proxy server. A web proxy server is a software that acts as an intermediary between your computer and the internet, filtering and caching the web content that you request.




Squid 3.5.24 Crack



One of the best web proxy servers available today is Squid, a free and open source software that has been around for more than two decades. Squid is widely used by millions of users around the world, from small businesses to large enterprises, for various purposes such as web acceleration, content filtering, access control, anonymization, and more.


In this article, we will show you how to download and install Squid 3.5.24 Crack on Windows, using an MSI installer provided by Diladele B.V., a company that specializes in web filtering solutions for Squid. We will also show you how to use Squid for web filtering and HTTPS decryption, using another product from Diladele B.V., called Web Safety for Squid Proxy.


What is Squid and why do you need it?




Squid is a free and open source web proxy server




Squid is a software that runs on your server or computer and acts as a web proxy for your network. A web proxy is a service that receives web requests from your browser or other applications and forwards them to the web servers on the internet. The web proxy then returns the web responses back to your browser or applications.


Squid can handle various protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, Gopher, and more. It can also support different modes of operation such as reverse proxy, forward proxy, intercepting proxy, transparent proxy, and more.


Squid is free and open source, which means that you can download, install, use, modify, and distribute it without any restrictions or fees. You can also access the source code of Squid and contribute to its development if you want.


Squid can improve your network performance and security




By using Squid as a web proxy server, you can enjoy many benefits for your network performance and security. Some of these benefits are:



  • Web acceleration: Squid can cache frequently accessed web content on your local disk or memory, reducing the bandwidth consumption and latency of your network. This can make your web browsing faster and smoother.



  • Content filtering: Squid can block or allow certain web content based on various criteria such as URL, domain name, file type, MIME type, content type, etc. This can help you prevent unwanted or harmful content from reaching your network or users.



  • Access control: Squid can restrict or grant access to certain web resources based on various factors such as IP address, username, password, time of day, etc. This can help you enforce your network policies and rules.



  • Anonymization: Squid can hide or modify the information that identifies you or your network when you access the internet. This can help you protect your privacy and avoid tracking or censorship by third parties.



  • HTTPS decryption: Squid can decrypt the encrypted HTTPS traffic between your browser and the web servers on the internet. This can help you inspect and filter the HTTPS content that would otherwise be hidden from you.



How to download and install Squid 3.5.24 on Windows




Download the MSI installer from Diladele B.V.




To install Squid 3.5.24 on Windows, you will need an MSI installer that is provided by Diladele B.V., a company that offers web filtering solutions for Squid. You can download the MSI installer from their website at http://squid.diladele.com.


The MSI installer is based on the Cygwin version of Squid 3.5.x series, which is compatible with Windows 7 or later versions (64-bit only). The MSI installer also includes some additional features such as Windows service integration, tray icon application, firewall configuration, etc.


Run the installer and follow the steps




After downloading the MSI installer from Diladele B.V., you can run it by double-clicking on it. You will need administrator privileges to install Squid on your computer.


The installation process is very easy and consists of the following steps:



  • Click "Next" button till you reach the "Select Installation Folder" step.



  • You can specify a custom installation folder if you want (not recommended).



  • Click "Next" button till you reach the "Ready to Install" step.



  • Click "Install" button to start installing Squid on your computer.



  • Wait for the installation to finish.



  • Click "Finish" button to exit the installer.



Configure your browser to use Squid as a proxy




Now that you have installed Squid on your computer, you need to configure your browser to use it as a proxy. A proxy is a service that routes your web requests through another server (in this case, Squid) before reaching the internet.


By using Squid as a proxy, you can enjoy the benefits of web acceleration, content filtering, access control, anonymization, and HTTPS decryption that Squid provides.


To configure your browser to use Squid as a proxy, you need to know the IP address and the port number of Squid. The IP address is the identifier of your computer on the network, and the port number is the identifier of Squid on your computer. You can find these information by running the ipconfig /all command on the command prompt of your computer where Squid is installed.


For example, in our test lab, the IP address of the computer where Squid is installed is 192.168.0.16, and the port number of Squid is 3128 (the default port for Squid).


Once you know the IP address and the port number of Squid, you can follow these steps to configure your browser to use Squid as a proxy:



  • For Internet Explorer, go to Tools (Alt + X) / Internet Options / Connections / LAN Settings.



  • Check the box "Use a proxy server for your LAN" and enter the IP address and the port number of Squid in the corresponding fields.



  • Click OK to close the LAN Settings and then Internet Options.



  • For Chrome, go to Settings / Advanced / System / Open proxy settings.



  • This will open the Internet Options window of Internet Explorer. Follow the same steps as above.



  • For Firefox, go to Options / General / Network Settings.



  • Select "Manual proxy configuration" and enter the IP address and the port number of Squid in the HTTP Proxy field.



  • Check the box "Use this proxy server for all protocols" and click OK to close the Network Settings.



Now your browser is using Squid as a proxy. You can test it by visiting any website and checking if it loads faster or if it is blocked or allowed by Squid.


How to use Squid for web filtering and HTTPS decryption




Install Web Safety for Squid Proxy on Windows




If you want to use Squid for web filtering and HTTPS decryption, you will need another product from Diladele B.V., called Web Safety for Squid Proxy. Web Safety is a web filtering solution that integrates with Squid and provides various features such as proxy authentication, HTTPS filtering, content filtering, access control, reporting, etc.


You can download Web Safety for Squid Proxy from their website at https://websafety.diladele.com/. You will need a license key to activate Web Safety after installation. You can request a free trial license key from their website or purchase a full license key if you want.


To install Web Safety for Squid Proxy on Windows, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the MSI installer from https://websafety.diladele.com/.



  • Run the installer and follow the steps.



  • You will need to enter your license key during the installation process.



  • You will also need to restart your computer after the installation is finished.



After installing Web Safety for Squid Proxy on Windows, you will see a new application called Web Safety UI in your tray area. This application allows you to access and manage Web Safety's web interface, where you can configure and monitor your web filtering settings and policies.


Enable proxy authentication and HTTPS filtering




To use Web Safety for web filtering and HTTPS decryption, you need to enable two features: proxy authentication and HTTPS filtering.


Proxy authentication is a feature that requires your users to enter their username and password before they can access the internet through Squid. This allows you to identify and control your users based on their credentials.


HTTPS filtering is a feature that allows Web Safety to decrypt and inspect the encrypted HTTPS traffic between your users and the web servers on the internet. This allows you to filter and block HTTPS content that would otherwise be hidden from you.


To enable proxy authentication and HTTPS filtering, you need to follow these steps:



  • Open Web Safety UI from your tray area and click on "Web UI".



  • This will open Web Safety's web interface in your browser. Log in with admin/admin credentials (you can change them later).



  • Go to Settings / Authentication / Basic LDAP Authentication.



  • Select "Enabled" and enter your LDAP server details (such as domain name, domain controller, etc.).



  • This will allow Web Safety to authenticate your users against your LDAP server (such as Active Directory).



  • Click "Save" and then "Restart" buttons at the top right corner of the web interface.



  • Go to Settings / SSL / SSL Bump Settings.



  • Select "Enabled" and choose "Splice All" mode.



  • This will allow Web Safety to decrypt all HTTPS traffic without generating any certificate errors or warnings on your users' browsers.



  • You can also choose other modes such as "Bump All", "Splice Whitelist", or "Bump Known" if you want more control over which HTTPS traffic to decrypt or not.



  • Click "Save" and then "Restart" buttons at the top right corner of the web interface.



Now you have enabled proxy authentication and HTTPS filtering on Web Safety. You can test them by visiting any HTTPS website (such as https://google.com) and checking if you are prompted for username and password or if you see any content being filtered or blocked by Web Safety.


Customize your web filtering policies and rules




The last step is to customize your web filtering policies and rules according to your needs and preferences. Web Safety provides various options for you to filter and block web content based on different criteria such as URL categories, MIME types, file extensions, content types, etc.


You can also create different policies for different groups of users based on their LDAP attributes (such as group membership, department name, etc.). You can also schedule different policies for different times of day or days of week.


To customize your web filtering policies and rules, you need to follow these steps:



  • Open Web Safety UI from your tray area and click on "Web UI".



  • This will open Web Safety's web interface in your browser. Log in with admin/admin credentials (you can change them later).



  • Go to Policies / Default Policy / Rules / URL Filtering Rules.



  • This will show you a list of URL categories that are predefined by Web Safety. You can enable or disable any category by checking or unchecking its box.



  • You can also edit any category by clicking on its name. This will allow you to add or remove URLs from that category or change its action (allow/block).



  • You can also create new categories by clicking on "Add Category" button at the top right corner of the web interface.



  • You can also import categories from external sources such as Shallalist or UT1 by clicking on "Import Categories" button at the top right corner of the web interface.



  • Click "Save" and then "Restart" buttons at the top right corner of the web interface after making any changes.



  • You can repeat these steps for other types of rules such as MIME Filtering Rules, File Filtering Rules, Content Filtering Rules, etc., which are located under Policies / Default Policy / Rules menu.



  • You can also create new policies for different groups of users by clicking on "Add Policy" button at Policies menu. This will allow you to specify which LDAP attributes to match for applying that policy (such as group membership, department name, etc.). You can then customize each policy's rules as described above.



  • You can also schedule different policies for different times of day or days of week by clicking on "Schedule" button at Policies menu. This will allow you to specify which policy to apply at which time interval (such as working hours, weekends, etc.).



Now you have customized your web filtering policies and rules on Web Safety. You can test them by visiting any website and checking if it is filtered or blocked according to your settings.


Conclusion




Squid 3.5.24 is a powerful and versatile web proxy server




In this article, we have shown you how to download and install Squid 3.5.24 Crack on Windows using an MSI installer provided by Diladele B.V., a company that offers web filtering solutions for Squid. We have also shown you how to use Squid for web filtering and HTTPS decryption using another product from Diladele B.V., called Web Safety for Squid Proxy.


Squid 3.5.24 is a powerful and versatile web proxy server that can handle various protocols and modes of operation. Squid can improve your network performance and security by providing web acceleration, content filtering, access control, anonymization, and HTTPS decryption features.


Squid can help you optimize your network bandwidth and protect your privacy




By using Squid as a web proxy server, you can optimize your network bandwidth and protect your privacy by caching frequently accessed web content, blocking or allowing certain web content, restricting or granting access to certain web resources, hiding or modifying your network information, and decrypting and inspecting HTTPS traffic.


Squid is easy to install and use on Windows with Diladele B.V.'s MSI installer




To install and use Squid on Windows, you can use an MSI installer provided by Diladele B.V., a company that specializes in web filtering solutions for Squid. The MSI installer is based on the Cygwin version of Squid 3.5.x series and includes some additional features such as Windows service integration, tray icon application, firewall configuration, etc. The installation process is very easy and consists of a few steps.


Web Safety for Squid Proxy is a web filtering solution that integrates with Squid




If you want to use Squid for web filtering and HTTPS decryption, you can use another product from Diladele B.V., called Web Safety for Squid Proxy. Web Safety is a web filtering solution that integrates with Squid and provides various features such as proxy authentication, HTTPS filtering, content filtering, access control, reporting, etc. Web Safety is also easy to install and use on Windows with an MSI installer and a web interface.


You can customize your web filtering policies and rules according to your needs and preferences




With Web Safety for Squid Proxy, you can customize your web filtering policies and rules according to your needs and preferences. You can enable or disable different types of rules such as URL filtering rules, MIME filtering rules, file filtering rules, content filtering rules, etc. You can also create different policies for different groups of users based on their LDAP attributes. You can also schedule different policies for different times of day or days of week.


We hope that this article has helped you understand how to download and install Squid 3.5.24 Crack on Windows and how to use it for web filtering and HTTPS decryption with Web Safety for Squid Proxy. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us at support@diladele.com.


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about Squid 3.5.24 Crack and Web Safety for Squid Proxy:



  • What is the difference between Squid 3.5.24 Crack and Squid 3.5.24?



  • The difference between Squid 3.5.24 Crack and Squid 3.5.24 is that the former is a modified version of the latter that has been cracked to bypass the license verification process. This means that you can use Squid 3.5.24 Crack without paying any fees or following any restrictions imposed by the original developers of Squid.



  • Is it legal to use Squid 3.5.24 Crack?



  • No, it is not legal to use Squid 3.5.24 Crack because it violates the terms and conditions of the original developers of Squid. By using Squid 3.5.24 Crack, you are infringing their intellectual property rights and exposing yourself to potential legal consequences.



  • Is it safe to use Squid 3.5.24 Crack?



  • No, it is not safe to use Squid 3.5.24 Crack because it may contain malware or viruses that can harm your computer or network. By using Squid 3.5.24 Crack, you are risking your data security and privacy.



  • How can I get a legitimate version of Squid?



  • You can get a legitimate version of Squid by downloading it from its official website at http://www.squid-cache.org/. You can also get a legitimate version of Squid by using Diladele B.V.'s MSI installer at http://squid.diladele.com/, which is based on the Cygwin version of Squid 3.5.x series.



  • How much does it cost to use Web Safety for Squid Proxy?



  • You can use Web Safety for Squid Proxy for free for up to 10 users with a trial license key that you can request from their website at https://websafety.diladele.com/. If you want to use Web Safety for more than 10 users or for longer than the trial period, you will need to purchase a full license key from their website.




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