SafeSquid Business Edition 15 is a 15 USER Content Filter Web Proxy Server for Windows. SafeSquid Business Edition 15 features an easy-to-use browser based interface and offers arguably some of the world's biggest sets of Content Filtering features.
SafeSquid's multi-threaded architecture, delivers industry's fastest throughoutput, even while providing extreme content analysis and security. SafeSquid has an intelligent DNS cache, an extremely manageable content caching system, and configurable content pre-fetching that allows fast browsing of often viewed web-sites.
SafeSquid lets you create unlimited and extremely granular Internet Policies to define and deal with unlimited number of unique factors depending upon user / network / web-site / mime-type / size / time etc.
Real-time text analysis and Image analysis besides categorized web-site databases ensure complete blocking of adult movies or replacing specific parts. Users can be authenticated from a remote windows ads/ OpenLDAP servers.
SafeSquid lets you, throttle speed for low priority users or applications. You can use a variety ICAP based antiviruses to stop viruses before they reach the client systems. SafeSquid allows you to customize the various templates, that are displayed when access or content is denied to the user.
Here are some key features of "SafeSquid Business Edition":
· Profiled Internet Access
· User Authentication
· Application QoS and Bandwidth Limits
· Caching and Pre-fetching
· Connectivity for Third-party software & services
· Enterprise Wide Management
· Re-Programmable Content Filtering
· Redundant level Content Security
· Customisable Log Reports
· Programmable Custom Templates
· Browser Based Customisable GUI
· Limited to 3 users
· Includes 21 days trial for cProfiles and Pornographic Image Filter
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
Critical Security BugFix:
· The HTTP response header lines are in the usual text header format, which is: one line per header, of the form "Header-Name: value", ending with CRLF.
· SafeSquid failed to correctly parse headers when the number of spaces or tabs between the ":" and the value was more than one.
· One of the immediate mal-effects of this was non-detection of "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" headers.
· This was largely witnessed with Microsoft IIS/6.0 webservers.
· The result was failure in detection of end of response body leading to large latencies particularly if content was being buffered for inspection.
· This has now been fixed.