Re: [squid-users] SQUID3: Access denied connecting to one site

From: Matus UHLAR - fantomas <>
Date: Mon, 3 May 2010 10:01:33 +0200

>> Alexandr Dmitriev wrote:
>>> Ok, the headers are broken, but there is a way to make squid ignore
>>> them?
>>> About ssl - they also have another domain which is
>>> not accessible either.

> 22.04.2010 8:29, Amos Jeffries пишет:
>> Part of the point was that they are not even headers at all.
>> Squid does not do anything with body data but pump through. The HTML
>> code bits are just some other bytes of body data to Squid.

On 22.04.10 12:29, Alexandr Dmitriev wrote:
> So, any chance to bypass it?

not without modifying the content externally, on the server or the ICAP
However, as it was stated, it does not cause your problem wince squid does
not care about the transferred content.

Note that <meta> directive was designed so the HTTP server could parse it and
provide as headers. Squid does not do this.

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