Squid, a caching proxy for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP that help reducing bandwidth and improves response times by caching and reusing frequently-requested web pages, is now at version 3.2.3.Squid 3.2.3 is mainly a maintenance release, with just a few bug fixes and improvements. Users should upgrade nonetheless.
Highlights of Squid 3.2.3:
• A regression that caused SMP crashes on startup with workers > 1 has been fixed;
• Pinning failure no longer breaks NTLM and Negotiate authentication;
• A UFS cache_dir entry is now allowed to coexist with a shared memory cache entry;
• Honour Cache-Control before Pragma:no-cache;
• A Cache-Control compliance upgrade has been performed;
• Obsoleted refresh_pattern ignore-no-cache option has been removed;
• IPv6 enabled squidclient has been fixed;
• Several compile fixes have been implemented.
A complete list of changes and updates can be found in the official announcement.
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