I am currently running squid with squidGuard at work. I set it up to block certain contents and redirect the users to some dummy "error page" instead.
However, when a redirection of blocked content happens, the address bar of the users browser (Firefox) displays the redirected url. However, I would rather want it to stay at the URL entered http://www.happy-chat.whatever
, instead of displaying http://internal-web-server/script/stay-out-of-here/errorpage.html
all of a sudden?
Is there a way to do this? I already tried to prefix the redirection directive with 302 (as suggested by some online forums) but it didn't help.
What else can I do? Any suggestions would be appreciated!
pass local good !bad all