Re: How do I congiure to deny funny url accesses?

From: Cord Beermann, Webmaster der FH Lippe <>
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 1997 11:53:16 +0100 (MET)

Hallo! Du (Martin Ibert) hast geschrieben:
>Seiji Tokunaga wrote:
>> When they try "http://\" they get their pages..
>> Placing a backslash "\" allowes to bypass the rules.
>No solution to your problem, just more food for thought: What about =


Because i'm forced to deny access to a lot of websites, i asked
Duane to add lookup to the 'acl dstdomain' directive. (Thanks, Duane)

I put these lines in my squid.conf

acl dirtydomain dstdomain
acl nolookup dstdomain none

http_access deny dirtydomain
http_access deny nolookup

The result: all requests which contain an URL-host-pattern
'' and the associated IP-Numbers are denied.

The second line denies all IP-URLs, where a reverse lookup fails.


Cord Beermann, Webmaster der FH Lippe
Received on Fri Jan 31 1997 - 18:22:50 MST

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