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A guide to configuring Access Control Lists (ACL) in squid


ACL stands for Access Control List and specifies who is allowed to access what and what operations are allowed by whom on a system. Squid Proxy Server uses ACLs to control access to the Squid proxy daemon. In this article we will tell you some points about ACL configuration in Squid.

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By Debjit on September 16th
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Do more with Apache via the Command Line!


Do more with Apache via the Command Line!

The command line utility httpd (some debian based distros based use the apache command instead of the httpd command) is just used to stop/start/reload the Apache server daemon. But there is more to httpd than this. We present you with some command-line options that enable you to change and test your apache configuration without manually…

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By Debjit on February 3rd
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