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Re: squid and flash



Hm this sounds abit like a problem I have experienced with the gnash
installed. We solved that problem with remove gnash and installed the
flashplugin-nonfree version

Regards Alf Tonny

2011/9/18 RalfGesellensetter <rgx@gmx.de>:
> Dear Nigel,
>
> nice to read you!
>
> Am Mittwoch, 14. September 2011 schrieb Nigel Barker:
>> Dear All,
>>
>> Is it possible that squid (lenny tjener) drops some flash content?
>> I thought it might be our firewall, so I disabled it for testing and
>> nothing changed.
>
> Not that I knew of, but as I think of it, I could imagine two reasons:
>
> 1. If you use squid to filter inappropriate content by URLs, you should
> check if blocked URLs contain indexed keywords (or just check what happens
> if you enter them in any search engine).
>
> 2. Otherwise, you could check if any flash content uses other
> protocols but http (port 80).
>
>
> Watch squid logs in calm times (afternoons) while trying to access
> those games (thanks for the URL).
>
> PiggyPush is sokoban, right?
>
> Regards
> Ralf
>
> PS: I assume, javascript is enabled. But maybe, "ads" is on the blacklist?
>
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