Squid is a caching proxy for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and more.
Squid can be configured to make SSL/TLS inspection (aka HTTPS interception) so the proxy can decrypt proxied traffic (Squid calls this feature ssl bump).
Afaik the Squid package included in the Linux distros is not compiled with SSL/TLS inspection support but the good news is that diladele (its github repo and Websafety documentation are useful resources) provides packages for Ubuntu and Centos, recompiled (you can do by yourself) with support for HTTPS filtering and SSL/TLS inspection. This means that we have just to configure Squid. Not an easy task anyway 🙂
I provide to you a working config, follow next steps.Continue reading “Configure Squid proxy for SSL/TLS inspection (HTTPS interception)”