On 12/20/18 3:06 AM, Squid users wrote:
> Slightly off topic but am I correct in thinking TLS supersedes SSL?
Yes, the protocol name has changed. Newer versions are called TLS.
However, please keep in mind that the term "SSL" is commonly used to
describe "secure" connections and related technologies, regardless of
the specific protocol being used for that security. Squid still uses
that classic "SSL" terminology, especially in old documentation and
code. In most cases where exact identifiers are not required, the
letters "SSL" and "TLS" are used interchangeably.
> Hi all,
> I am getting the following error while opening https://www.hawesko.de with Squid 4.4 and sslbump.
> Deactivate bumping makes the error disappear.
> The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: https://www.hawesko.de >
> ESI Processing failed.
A quick check confirms the server is producing ESI Surrogate headers
without having been asked and without the content actually being ESI. It
is a known bug that SSL-Bump enables the ESI logic. A patch can be found