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I am looking for an https proxy that can filter the content

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I am looking for an htp proxy that can filter the content and can work with SSL (Decrypt, filter content, encrypt) for Linux. By filtering I mean - I only need to run a few regular expressions and replace a few things in the code

I am using Debian Etch

Currently I am using Proxomitron running under wine and it works well, but I am looking something I won't have to depend on wine and on X.

Any suggestions?
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by:Kamran Arshad
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Hi,

Squid supports https:

www.squid-cache.org/
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What I meant to ask was how to filter the pages (using regexp, for example change every "hello" to "hi") and passing that through https. I understand squid has modules for filtering. My question is what module should I use and how to configure that in squid?
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Thank you for your help.

All those proxies were too complex for what I needed.
What I did was write a small perl script functioning as a TCP proxy, and passed it through stunnel both directions. In the proxy I could filter whatever I want.
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