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Old 05-28-2010, 04:40 PM   #1
Fabio Paolini
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Accented latin words in url_regex of squid does not work


Hi, I use the Squid to deny some internet access and I have a rule like that:
Code:
acl rules_word url_regex  -i "/etc/squid/word_rules.acl"
http_access deny rules_word
and in the word_rules.acl file I put some expressions to be denied. It works fine. However it does not work properly for accented words, like the character "", for example.
I have tried hexadecimal "\xe9", octal "\0351" and unicode "\u00e9" representation, but nothing worked.

Any idea about how to solve that?
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