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OPNSense developers add support for Authentication – Enabling Blacklists from Squidblacklist.org

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OPNsense Firewall Distribution

After a brief exchange via email, one of the developers of OPNsense has contributed a modification that will allow for an option to authenticate using credentials for downloading blacklists, something which is essential for Squidblacklist.org members to use and update blacklists with OPNsense. This change will be available in the upcoming 16.7.7 release of OPNsense.

In the coming days and weeks further testing and collaboration should follow, to ensure full functionality, such as automated updates with scheduling options and features. And standard testing for any issues that may arise, but we are very excited to see progress being made. And would like to express our gratitude to the developers who are donating their time and effort to make the world a better place for the end user.

I will post a full review once final testing has concluded and the resultant product is solid, we will also update our materials to reflect the latest changes when we reach this point and confirmation compatibility and stability are achieved.


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Music website/domain blacklist for content filtering published.

We have had a video, and an image blacklist for a while now, so it only seemed right to include a music blacklist. This became clear as it was requested by one of our current members who is responsible for content filtering at an educational facility.

The new Music domain blacklist for web filtering purposes has been added to our existing line up and is available in the ‘all’ archive as well as standalone download, just as you would expect any other blacklist that we offer, this blacklist is also available in multiple formats for broad compatibility with most content filters and url filtering platforms and applications.

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Using Squidguard and Pfsense to Url Filter with Domain Blacklists from Squidblacklist.org

Using Squidguard and Pfsense to Url Filter with Domain Blacklists.

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URL filtering is one strategy used to filter access to websites based the domain name and/or url. There are several commercial products available for URL or domain content filtering, but you could easily build a very reliable system on your own using SquidGuard and pfSense. SquidGuard is a useful add on package for the Squid proxy server and can be used to filter or redirect web requests on the network.

SquidGuard has a long list of features that can be tailored to fit your needs. It’s also rather fast and does’nt slow down the internet for your clients. If you do need to block access to a list of unwanted websites or only allow access to a whitelist of specific web sites, SquidGuard can certainly assist with this.

SquidGuard is also very flexible, and it is easy to adapt to different applications. If you intend to do basic URL filtering on your home network or if you need to create some complicated rules for a large private or public network SquidGuard can do it.

Before you can put a web filtering proxy under pfSense into production, some configuraation is required. If you are new to pfSense I might recommend reading through the instructions that shit with pfSense.

Install the package SquidGuard Package

SquidGuard & Squid proxy can both be installed using the pfSense package manager. To access the pfSense package manager, click packs on the system menu. Select the tab available packages and scroll down where you will find SquidGuard and Squid proxy individually, click the plus sign next to each item to begin the installation.

Once the installations are complete you will have a new menu item called proxy services/filter.

Blacklists

To set up domain blacklist, open the general settings page ‘Filter Services & Proxy’. Click the checkbox to activate the domain blacklist.

You can use one of several different domain black lists publicly available on the web. You can also find a list of several blacklists from http://www.squidblacklist.org. We have our blacklists available in multiple formats, but likely, youll want the standard directory formatted archives located at the following url. http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/squidblacklist.tar.gz


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Excluding URL blacklist

There may be some places that you need to allow your users to access. To prevent these sites from locking can create a new category of destination and add a list of domains or URLs that should not be blocked.

To do this click the target categories tab, and then click the plus sign to add a new category. You must assign a unique name to the new category, the name you choose can not contain spaces.

The target category can filter by domain name, URL, or an expression. Add a domain site will grant access to the main site and all its sub-pages. Entering a URL allows access only to that exact website. Expressions allow you to grant based on certain keywords access.

When finished, click Save, and then back to the common ACL tab or group (wherever that created the rule) and select and action whitelist for your new category.

You can also use this same method to add additional sites to its blacklist.

Filtering by Expression

In addition to the domain and URL filtering SquidGuard can create filters using regular expressions. These types of filters are great when you want to search for specific text strings in a URL to make a decision for this search. If you are unfamiliar with regular expressions can be a bit confusing at first, but there are many online resources on the subject, so I will not go into much detail about them in this article.

To create a filter that uses an expression, click the target categories tab, or create a new category or edit an existing one. Enter the expression you want to filter in the expression box and then click Save. Then go back to the common or group ACL tab and select the action (deny, permit, etc.) for your target category.

Here are some examples of filter expressions are presented. These can be edited according to what to filter. For more useful information about filtering regular expressions http://www.squidguard.org/Doc/Examples review.

Downloads based on file extension block

(* \ /.* \ (Zip | .. Rar | exe | msi | mpeg | avi))

Block certain TLDs

(.gov | .xxx | Mil | .net)

Block search “bypass proxy” on Google and Yahoo

(.*(google|yahoo).*(search_query|keywords|search|query|q|p)=.*(\+|\%20)*(proxy|bypass).*(\-|\+|\%20).*(proxy|bypass).*)

Programming rules & Time-based rules

SquidGuard also allows you to apply URL filtering based on schedules. Times are useful for applying rules at different times during the day, or only on certain days of the week.

For example, you could apply URL filtering rules strict office hours and automatically disable the rules after 17:00. If you are filtering your home network you may not want the children to visit certain sites during the school week, this is another example in which a time-based rule would be used.

To create a rule-based time, click the time tab and then click the plus sign to create a new schedule. You can create as many different times as you need.

Schedules can be applied using the ACL Groups tab. Create a new ACL or edit an existing group, then click the “time” drop-down box select the schedule you created.

Do not forget to click Apply on the General tab for the settings to take effect.

Conclusion

Commercial Web filtering devices can be very expensive and difficult to handle. PfSense SquidGuard and are completely free and very powerful. SquidGuard offers many other features that are not covered in this center. For more detailed information, visit SquidGuard.org and check out the documentation section. Also be sure to check out some of my other centers to learn about more ways to use pfSense on your network.
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pfSense Bandwidth – Setting Traffic Shaping
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Dual Wan Router – How to load balance with pfSense
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How to set up a transparent proxy using squid pfSense
Proxy servers can be very useful for improving the speed of an Internet connection by caching, log Internet usage, or filter traffic. Learn how to set up a transparent proxy using pfSense.

Installing and configuring the squidGuard web filter

squidguard
Installing and configuring the squidGuard web filter

Intro

This page was originally hosted by the official SquidGuard maintainers, however since they refuse to add our referral link as a reputable blacklist provider, we will do it for them. This howto, well it has not been updated in many years, but I’ll modify and update it here, as the information may still be useful. The definitive place to fetch the blacklists is: http://www.squidblacklist.org Use the “DG/SG Compatible Standard Format”.

and now back to the “vintage” documentation….

With the passage of the Children’s Internet Protection Act, schools are required to filter access to the internet in order to be eligible for E-Rate funds. E-Rate can be a substantial amount of money. With tightening budgets, foregoing the E-Rate funds will not be an option in most cases.

Unfortunately, commerical web filtering software is very expensive.

This puts quite a burdon on under-funded schools. They need the E-Rate funds to help pay for internet access, but in turn must spend a significant amount of money on filtering software.

The good news is that there exists free content filtering software. Until recently, MESD had been using expensive commercial content filtering software. We are very pleased with the performance of SquidGuard, the schools we support report that they much prefer SquidGuard.

Official Site
The official squidGuard web site is located here:

http://www.squidguard.org

Installation
First and foremost, you need to start off with a properly configured system that supports the Squid proxy server. Squid is licensed under the GNU General Public License which means that is free, both in the sense of free beer and free speach. Squid runs on a number of operating systems. Currently Linux, *BSD, Tru64, IRIX, Solaris, SCO, AIX, HP-UX, and NextStep are officially supported. MESD recommends Linux or OpenBSD. MESD uses the Immunix version of Linux. Most versions of *BSD and Linux include Squid.

If you are running Red Hat 7.2 server, you can download a squidGuard RPM here:

ftp://k12linux.mesd.k12.or.us/pub/squidGuard/

After installing this package, you can activate squidGuard by adding the following line to the squid configuration file (/etc/squid/squid.conf):

redirect_program /usr/sbin/squidGuard -c /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf

and restart squid:

/sbin/service squid restart
/sbin/chkconfig squid on

For full instructions on installing squidGuard, see the squidGuard website: http://www.squidguard.org/install/

Configuration
Configuring squidGuard is very straight-forward. The default location for the block lists is /usr/local/squidGuard/db/. Each category is located in a different directory. Currently, the categories available are ads, aggresive, audio-video, drugs, gambling, hacking, porn, violence, and warez. The configure file is /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf. Here is a sample configuration file:

dbhome /usr/local/squidGuard/db
logdir /usr/local/squidGuard/log

dest gambling{
log gambling
domainlist gambling/dg-gambling.acl
}

dest porn{
log porn
domainlist porn/dg-porn.acl
}

acl {
default {
pass !gambling !porn all
redirect 302:http://www.google.com
}
}

dbhome defines where the block list databases are located
logdir defines where to log blocked requests
dest defines a category
acl defines the access control lists.

This example configuration defines two categories, gambling and warez. The acl line says that the default action is to block (!=don’t pass) gambling and warez categories and to permit everything else. The redirect line says to send requests to blocked sites to http://www.google.com, change this to fit your needs.

The default configuration file, /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf is much more extensive. See the squidGuard homepage, http://www.squidguard.org/config/ for all of the configuration options available.

Updates
The Red Hat 7.2 RPM is not configured to automatically download the Squidblacklist.org blacklists every night, this can easily be done using cron and wget with a simple bash script. Squidblacklist.org combines al of the blacklists they publish into a single file or individually, compressed or decompressed, and they are available from the following url. http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads.html.

Making changes to the blacklists is very easy. The squidGuard RPM is prefconfigured with two locally-modifable databases, /var/squidguard/blacklists/local-ok/ and /var/squidguard/blacklists/local-block/. Each database has two files: domains and urls. Squidblacklist.org publishes domain based blacklists, NOT URLS. Regardless, if you want to block/unblock a whole web site, append the domain name to the domains file or you could just create your own custom acl by creating a new entry in your conf.

To easily whitelist a site, for example, if you want to make sure that web pages at CNN’s web site are never blocked, you can append cnn.com to the end of /var/squidguard/blacklists/local-ok/domains. If you want to make sure that all of the pages at somebadsite.com are blocked, append that to /var/squidguard/blacklists/local-block/domains. If there is just a specific portion of a website you want blocked, say http://www.yahoo.com/adult-stuff/, you can add “yahoo.com/adult-stuff” to /var/squidguard/blacklists/local-block/urls.

Once you’ve made the modifications, you need to run a command or two for the changes to take. If you are using the pre-built RPM, you can run:

/usr/sbin/update_squidguard_blacklists

If you are not using the pre-built RPM, these commands should do the trick for you:

su squid -s /bin/sh -c “/usr/sbin/squidGuard -c /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf -C all”
/usr/bin/killall -HUP squid

Contact us webmaster@squidblacklist.org for clarification on any others issues or questions regarding this topic, or for more information regarding Squidguard and domain blacklists by Squidblacklist.org see our blog for more tutorials and resources on the subject.


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How to setup and use Blacklists with Websense and Squidblacklist.org.

How do I set up a filtering blacklist with Websense & Squidblacklist.org?

Websense Web Filter
Websense Web Filter

Applies To:Websense Web Filter, Web Security, Web Security Gateway, and Web Security Gateway Anywhere Version 7.6

Step 1.
Download and decompress blacklists from Squidblacklist.org by singing up for an account here. Fees apply.

Step 2.
The easiest way to block (or “blacklist”) a list of URLs is to create a custom category and recategorize the URLs you want to block into that category.

Step 3.
On the Policy Management > Filter Components > Edit Categories > Add Category page add a category name, description and parent category (optional).

Step 4.
Enter the sites (URLs or IP addresses) that you want to add to this category.You can also edit this list after creating the category.

Step 5.
Select Block as the default filtering Action to apply to this category in all existing category filters.

Enable any desired Advanced Filtering actions (optional). Then click OK to cache your changes. Changes are not implemented until you click Save All.


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Domain Whitelist For Content Filtering Published

Our domain whitelist for content filtering purposes is now available for public access.

 

This whitelist does not contain any torrent or porn sites and should provide a good baseline  whitelist for general audiences.

 

It can be downloaded here.


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How To Update Blacklists For DansGuardian – Update Script

I just tossed together a simple bash script for updating Blacklists from Squidblacklist.org for DansGuardian under GNU/Linux or I suppose any platform with a bash shell would suffice, it isnt really that sophisticated, it is rather crude and gets the job done.

The blacklist update script for DansGuardian can be downloaded here. Remember that a valid username and password will be required for basic http authentication. To download these files one must subscribe. Get your own username and password today by subscribing to Squidblacklist.org here..

Here is the blacklist update script in plain text form.


#! /bin/bash
#
# DansGuardian Blacklist Updater Script v0.1 - Squidblacklist.org
# Thoughts or suggestions can be emailed to webmaster@squidblacklist.org
# You will need to change the wget line with your user account for authentication
#
# EXAMPLE:
# wget --http-user=USERNAME --http-password=PASSHERE --auth-no-challenge http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-prime.tar.gz
#
# Use this script to download and update blacklists for squid3 proxy
# You may need to edit this for your specific environment.
# you may optionaly wish to crontab this job so it will update at regular intervals
#
# Create the directories you want
# EXAMPLE: 'mkdir /etc/dansguardian/lists/blacklists/porn'
#
# Place this script within /etc/dansguardian/ directory
# Next, chmod +x squid-update.sh .That will make the script executable.
#
# nano /etc/crontab and add the following line
# 01 0 * * * root /etc/dansguardian/dg-update.sh
#
# URLS for DG ACL blacklists Are listed below.
#
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-all.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-prime.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-malicious.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-usg.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-piracy.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-porn.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-dating.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-ads.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-proxies.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-gaming.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-smedia.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-gambling.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-cp.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-blasphemy.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-file.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-image.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-video.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-pharma-rx.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-new-tlds.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-chanology.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-dyn.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-freeweb.tar.gz
# http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-racism.tar.gz
#
# Happy Updating.

echo Beginning squidblacklist.org Dansguardian Blacklist Update procedure... ;
cd /etc/dansguardian/ ;
echo Downloading blacklists...
# Easy to download blacklists, decompress and move to the proper directory.
wget --http-user=USERNAME --http-password=PASSHERE --auth-no-challenge http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-porn.tar.gz ;
tar -xvf dg-porn.tar.gz ;
mv dg-porn.acl /etc/dansguardian/lists/blacklists/porn/domains ;
wget --http-user=USERNAME --http-password=PASSHERE --auth-no-challenge http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-ads.tar.gz ;
tar -xvf dg-ads.tar.gz ;
mv dg-ads.acl /etc/dansguardian/lists/blacklists/ads/domains ;
wget --http-user=USERNAME --http-password=PASSHERE --auth-no-challenge http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-malicious.tar.gz ;
tar -xvf dg-malicious.tar.gz ;
mv dg-malicious.acl /etc/dansguardian/lists/blacklists/malicious/domains ;
wget --http-user=USERNAME --http-password=PASSHERE --auth-no-challenge http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/dg/dg-chanology.tar.gz ;
tar -xvf dg-chanology.tar.gz ;
mv dg-chanology.acl /etc/dansguardian/lists/blacklists/chanology/domains ;
echo Cleaning up temporary files... ;
rm *.tar.gz ;
echo Reloading Dansguardian Service... ;
service dansguardian stop ;
service dansguardian start ;
echo Done.


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Mikrotik RouterOS Blacklist Validation Testing & Compatibility Chart Update Posted.

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CCR1036-12G-4S & Porn Blacklist
CCR1036-12G-4S & Porn Blacklist

We have retooled our backend logic which has had a dramatic impact on the size and contents of our blacklists, just another reason for us to retest the RouterBoards we have available to see which blacklists are able to run on them and which ones cannot.  We posted the results of our findings in the following chart.

Mikrotik 951G-2HnD
Mikrotik 951G-2HnD

We also added two new routers to the chart, the map2n and 951G-2HnD.  Which we recently received for testing. We have prepared a compatibility chart for your review.

Mikrotik RBmAP2n
Mikrotik RBmAP2

 

 

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Test it for yourself! Download this sample Mikrotik Web Proxy blacklist tik-ads.rsc


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Free blacklists suck , and heres why.

Squidblacklist.org – Blacklisting Has Evolved.

Normally I would believe free is great, free as in, gratis. However, when it comes to the blacklists freely available online, specifically, blacklists tailored for consumption as an important web filtering component used in various content filter hardware platforms and software applications. The free solutions just dont cut it. And If you as an administrator can find as many holes within just a few simple Google searches using the free blacklists, just imagine how easy it will be for a determined end user on your network to find and access unauthorized content.

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One can easily load up their content control platform of choice with any of the freely available blacklists and with just a few simple Google searches, one can easily find many websites not included in those free blacklists. Many websites will easily load, exposing the fact that many of these blacklists are poorly maintained, and result in an unreliably poor degree of quality.

Not only are these blacklists highly inadequate, they are generally, all filled with errors, erroneous characters, blank spaces, formatting issues, capitalization mistakes,  etc, etc.

It is not uncommon for many administrators who fail to achieve an effective degree of content control using open source platforms, combined with low cost solutions, such as free domain blacklists. Many times concluding their efforts in frustration at the lack of efficacy and are forced to turn to much more expensive content control solutions from large vendors. This is why we believe that the world is primed and ready for a higher quality value added blacklist solution, and Squidblacklist.org intend’s to fill this gap.

This is why we founded Squidblacklist.org, as a paid service, which allows us to allocate our resources to pursue and continue producing blacklists of a much higher quality, with a level of sophistication in our production and validation processes that is seriously lacking in other, competing solutions..

Regardless of whether it is paid or gratis, we intend to beat our competition, as we continue to uphold our reputation as The Worlds Leading Publisher of Blacklists Tailored Specifically for use with Content Filering platforms.


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Racism Blacklist For Content Filtering

Racism blacklist


 

Due to demand for such a list from both current and future Squidblacklist.org subscribers we have published a plain text domain blacklist of racist websites.  This is a blacklist containing only websites hosting racist content for web filtering and/or content filtering purposes.  This racism blacklist is available from Squidblacklist.org in multiple formats for compatibility with most content control applications, deployments, platforms, and hardware solutions currently on the market.

FEATURES:  This blacklist contains  domain names hosting racist & bigoted anti ethnic content.


Compatibility with the following platforms have been verified:


 

  • Cisco ASA Web Filter
  • SquidGuard
  • DansGuardian

This list and others are currently available from Squidblacklist.org.  A valid username and password is required to download.

http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads/squidblacklists/squid-racism.tar.gz


 

SAMPLE:

.askaniggaaquestion.com
.askanigga.com
.askanigga.net
.askanigger.com
.asknigger.com
.askthenigger.com
.asnigger.com
.astestniggerontheplanet.com
.astyniggers.com
.atlantablackass.com
.atnigger.com
.atomnigger.com
.australia-nigger.com
.austria-nigger.com
.averagewhiteboy.com
.averagewhiteboys.com
.awesomeblackass.com
.awhitetrashbash.com
.awhitetrashwedding.com
.awholelotofniggers.com
.awnigga.com
.awwnigga.com
.awwnigger.com
.awwwnigga.com
.axanigga.net
.aynigger.com
.ayniggers.com
.azerbaijan-nigger.com
.aziniggeraids.com
.aziniggers.com
.azynigger.com
.babynigger.com
.babywhitetrash.com
.backnigger.com
.badassniggaz.net
.badassnigger.com


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