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Tunnelling requests using squid-cache

Kottur, Abhijit

Hi Team,

 

I am writing this email to understand the capabilities of the product ‘squid-cache’.

 

Requirement:

I have an executable(.exe) which is trying to hit an internet website. This executable has the capability to accept proxy IP and port.

However, our enterprise proxy needs authentication credentials (NTLM Authentication) to allow any network through it. The executable that I have doesn’t accept credentials.

Thus, I need to forward all requests from the executable to a local proxy which should encapsulate the request with the actual proxy details (IP, port, username & password) and route the requests to the proxy so that it will be allowed to hit internet. Likewise for response.

 

Please let me know if this can be achieved by ‘squid-cache’ and if yes, please provide me with the details as to how this can be configured on Win XP/8.1.

Also, I couldn’t find a windows 32 bit installer. Please let me know if there is one available.

 

Thanks in advance J

 

 

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Re: Tunnelling requests using squid-cache

brendan
On 02/08/2017 09:54 PM, Kottur, Abhijit wrote:

Hi Team,

 

I am writing this email to understand the capabilities of the product ‘squid-cache’.

 

Requirement:

I have an executable(.exe) which is trying to hit an internet website. This executable has the capability to accept proxy IP and port.

However, our enterprise proxy needs authentication credentials (NTLM Authentication) to allow any network through it. The executable that I have doesn’t accept credentials.

Thus, I need to forward all requests from the executable to a local proxy which should encapsulate the request with the actual proxy details (IP, port, username & password) and route the requests to the proxy so that it will be allowed to hit internet. Likewise for response.

 

Please let me know if this can be achieved by ‘squid-cache’ and if yes, please provide me with the details as to how this can be configured on Win XP/8.1.

Also, I couldn’t find a windows 32 bit installer. Please let me know if there is one available.

 

Thanks in advance J

 

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Regards,

Abhijit Kottur

 

Level 15, 255 Pitt Street,

Sydney, NSW  2000

M: +61 414649364

mailto:[hidden email]

cid:image002.png@01CDCE17.DD5C8450

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Our vision is to be Australia's finest financial services organisation through excelling in customer service

 


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Look into CNTLM.  it is a local proxy that can inject NTLM headers, to satisfy proxy authentication.  you would then chain CNTLM to your corporate proxies for internet access.


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