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RE: email gateway (transparent) - full transparent
From: Joey Peloquin <jpelo1 () jcpenney com>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 06:54:22 -0600

Arek,

Maybe this will do?

http://frox.sourceforge.net/

Joey Peloquin

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From: arek () chelmnet pl [mailto:arek () chelmnet pl] 
Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2003 11:17 AM
To: Security-Basics () Securityfocus  Com
Subject: RE: email gateway (transparent) - full transparent


On 2003-11-18 arek () chelmnet pl wrote:
You should be able to employ the method in this HOWTO to email 
filter redirection for your MTA and any other caching, filtering, 
etc daemons that you wish to force traffic through.

SQUID cannot pass any traffic other that WWW (as i've seen from 
docs), the transparent ftp cache'ing isn't possible via squid too 
(only acts as w3cache)

http://www.squid-cache.org/

Sorry,, i know that link, i have read it and i seen, that FTP traffic
for instance can't be squidded transparently. The ftp proxy MUST_BE set
at the end-user browser.

So the transparent proxy of FTP isn't possible yet.

Am i right or not ?

A.Binder


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