I'm looking for a proxy server that runs on Linux that uses a user authentication. I have only ever set up Proxy Servers in a windows environment. I've looked around on Google and 90% of my google searches were pulling in how to set your IPTables and Routes on linux to do your proxy.
Other then that the other information was about Apache and squid. Squid looked nice, but I couldn't see if it supported a user authentication or not. Then Apache proxy looked to be more for the webserver of apache then a really proxy server.
See I'm wanting to move our proxy traffic off our internal network and put the server on one of our off-site servers. This way we free up more bandwidth in our VPN. the usernames and passwords define what sites (if any) they are allowed to browse too.
Any advise is really helpful. Not sure why this got classified as "Virus & Spyware" when I told it just plain Secruity >> Internet Security