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SafeSquid for Linux SWG.2015.0115.1830.3 Released

SafeSquid: 

Introduced Failover for Kerberos Authenticaction and display upload activation key form on WebUI, if Activation Key is not activated.

SafeSquid for Linux SWG.2014.1231.1551.3 Released

SafeSquid: 

Introduced CPU time, Concurrent connections, Concurrent users & Named users subscription types. 1024 bit RSA encryption of passwords.

SafeSquid for Linux SWG.2014.1218.1529.3 Released

SafeSquid: 

Increased Tolerance for signing SSL certificates, now uses SHA2 hash algorithm. Bugfix for sites which do not have registered domain names.

SafeSquid for Linux SWG.2014.1212.1224.3 Released

SafeSquid: 

Increased Tolerance for kerberos Authentication & LDAP connections. Bugfix for buffer overflow, FTP directories with spaces & accounting connections handled.

SafeSquid for Linux SWG.2014.1127.1148.3 Released

SafeSquid: 

Improved categorization of website based on the content provided by website and bug-fix in SSCORE module.

 

SafeSquid for Linux NTLM.RC.4.3.8.8 Released

SafeSquid: 

Improved handling of HTTP headers, URLs upto 16385 characters, URLs having UTF-8 characters, Directory services with more than 500 users.

SafeSquid ntlm-RC4.3.8.7

SafeSquid: 

About SafeSquid ntlm-RC4.3.8.7

Enhancements: 

  • Improved support for non-browser web-clients:
    • SafeSquid now facilitates connection persistence for client applications that may not include proxy-connection / connection headers.
    • SafeSquid now supports automatic transmission of connection-encoding headers depending upon client request headers.
  • Speed enhancements to further improve the throughput speed.
  • Optimized System Resource Utilization.
    • SafeSquid now uses a single thread to close idle client connections, in pool.
    • SafeSquid now uses maximum CPU resources for transferring data.
    • Optimized memory utilization.
  • Improved handling of web-server redirect responses that may not have included connection-close headers, when not indicating the content-length or transfer-encoding.
  • The safesquid logo is now embedded in the UI pages and templates as base64 encoded image preventing additional request from the client to display logo.

SafeSquid-2013.0617.2130.3 Patch

SafeSquid: 

Minor enhancement for RFC violating response headers from some web-servers.
Some web-servers like apple.com respond with a 301 redirect response headers.
These headers do not contain the entity as mandated by RFC 2616.
SafeSquid now enforces a proper conversion of these headers.
The Links to the Patch are-
 
1. SafeSquid 32- Bit Versions

2. SafeSquid 64- Bit Versions

Patch Can be applied using following steps-
Step 1# Do Save Setting from Safesquid Interface and Take Backup of config.xml

  • cp /opt/safesquid/safesquid/config.xml /config.xml-bakcup-$(date +%F)

Step 2# Extract Download file and cd into latest Safesquid

  • tar -xzvf safesquid_latest.tar.gz
    cd safesquid

Step 3# Actual Upgrade Steps

  • /etc/init.d/monit stop; /etc/init.d/safesquid stop; ./patch.sh ; /etc/init.d/safesquid start ; /etc/init.d/monit start;

Note: - if you are not using monit then just use below command

  • /etc/init.d/safesquid stop; ./patch.sh ; /etc/init.d/safesquid start

If you are using SafeSquid for the first time you can follow SafeSquid Installation Steps.

SafeSquid for Linux NTLM.RC.4.3.8.6 Released

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About SafeSquid for Linux NTLM.RC.4.3.8.6

BugFix for incorrect amount of data transferred in access and extended logs.
This bug got "accidentally" introduced in ntlm-RC.4.3.8.0 and continued to exist in all subsequently released versions.
The effect of this bug is visible when a client application makes use of persistent HTTP/1.1 connections and issues multiple requests in a connection.
The bug causes records in logs for each of the requests to report the data transferred as a summation of size of response of this request and all previous requests.

SafeSquid for Linux NTLM.RC.4.3.8.5 Released

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About SafeSquid for Linux NTLM.RC.4.3.8.5

SafeSquid for Linux NTLM.RC.4.3.8.5 contains a minor enhancement to increase tolerance against some webservers, that may not be following the RFC 2616 norms strictly.
Another minor modification included - ensures proper status code in logs, when an access to the SafeSquid WebUI is made.