This system provide support for Google Safe Browsing API in Squid. It implemented as Squid redirector, and installed according the documentation for squid's redirectors.
To build squid-gsb you need to have boost c++ libraries version 1.35 or higher, and CMake, that is used to configuration & build of program. To configure, you need to execute following command staying at project's top directory:
cmake . -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=install_path
If Boost is installed in non-standard place, you'll need to specify location of header
files and libraries with CMake's directives
After configuration, you can build program with standard sequence of commands:
It was successfully tested on Linux with kernel 2.6 (Ubuntu) and Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) on iMac. Theoretically it should be compilable also on MS Windows, but i hadn't tried yet.
This system consists from two utilities: updater (
gsb-updater) & checker (
Bot utilities accepts the same command-line options and use same configuration file. Most
important option —
-c, specify where configuration file is located, by default used file
squid-gsb.conf in current directory.
Updater should run periodically (once per half hour via
cron, for example) and will
connect to the google and update hashes.
Redirector run in endless loop and read url from stdin, check it against hashes and output URL, if this site is found in corresponding hash, or empty line, if no matches found. Utility automatically detects if hash files was updated and reload them.
User could specify following options in configuration file (it's installed into
debug— specify - should we print debug information to stderr. Default value —
Last change: 05.03.2013 16:54