My Squid proxy server running on port 3128. Since this is frequently scanned by adversaries looking for proxy servers; I’ve changed port to 10000 and restart squid. But my squid is not working on port # 10000 it only works on port # 3128? How do I force Squid to listen on uncommon port under CentOS Linux v5.3?
I would like to use the Cache-Control header field to specify directives that MUST be obeyed by all caching mechanisms such as a proxy server and browsers. This will help to reduce latency and network traffic for my static assets served by lighttpd web-server. How do I set Cache-Control: public, max-age=SEC using Lighttpd web-server under Unix like operating systems?