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I know how to setup SQUID proxy on a Linux VPS. My question is, is there a way to edit it so it absolutely doesn't keep any connection logs at all? I have set proxies up and am decent in Linux. I had a friend ask me if I could set this up for him, but I really am not sure how to make it so it doesn't keep any logs at all.

I know it is possible, but not sure if you can with SQUID or not.

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migrated from Sep 14 '12 at 23:51

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Set this in the squid.conf file:

access_log none
store_log none
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