How to Create an HTTP Proxy Using Squid on CentOS 7

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22 Responses

  1. Marcos Estival says:

    I would like to know more about how to handle https traffic (443 port). Today most of the internet traffic is https, being that redirecting the traffic 443 to squid will not allow many sites to work, but also do not want to leave free traffic on https, as it would lose in security. Any solution?

  2. Kamal says:

    Hi Sir,

    I’m a beginner about proxy server and programming. So i need your some help. I want to create my own proxies list, but i don’t know how. Because on google proxies are expensive and free proxies are died. So i want to create own proxies, so sir please please Help me! Please reply!

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