CacheGuard OS NG EH 1.5.5 Screenshots
Formerly known as CacheGuard OS and CacheGuard Appliance, CacheGuard OS NG is designed to secure and optimize the web by turning your computer into a web gateway appliance that features a firewall (NAT/PAT, Linux netfilter / iptables) and antimalware (ClamAV, c-icap).
In addition to this, it supports URL filtering with blacklists and whitelists (SquidGuard), web load balancing (Squid, Apache), web application firewall (modSecurity), HTTP compression (Apche, ecap) and forward/reverse proxy (Squid, Apache).
Other supported features are a built-in SNMP agent (Net-SNMP), traffic logging (Squid, Apache), SSL termination (OpenSSL) and mediation (inspection, caching), web-based configuration (Apache), RAID and VRRP support (Linux mdadm, keepaliaved), QoS traffic shaping (Linux iproute2/tc) and LDAP authentication (OpenLDAP).
Based on LFS Linux, this OS appliance can be installed on a physical or virtual machine where all Internet traffic takes place. Backup and restore mode is ensured through a bash script. The OS configuration can be made from a command-line or web-based interface.
Full documentation is available both online and offline. You can also download and install a custom OVA file (CacheGuard VE) that can be quickly imported into your virtualization system, as well as get a list or URL blacklist to help protect manage your URL guarding policy easier.
Uninstalling CacheGuard Appliance software
1. On your keyboard, press the Windows button
2. Type “add” then click the “Add or remove programs”
3. Next it will display the the “Apps & Features”
4. On Search this list box type CacheGuard Appliance name
5. Last step is click the Uninstall button.
Windows 10 32/64 bit
Windows 8 32/64 bit
Windows 7 32/64 bit
Windows Vista 32/64 bit
Windows XP 32/64 bit
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