Squid Versions

Getting Squid

Binary Packages

Many operating systems include Squid in their ports/packages system. This is an easy way to get Squid up and running quickly, and a good way to keep up-to-date with Squid versions supported by your operating system.

In some cases, you may want (or be forced) to download a binary package of Squid. They are available for a variety of platforms, including Windows.

Please use your operating systems standard application manager to locate and install these Squid packages.

Source Code Packages

These allow you to customize your Squid installation when you compile it.

After downloading,refer to Compiling Squid for assistance with compiling the source code.

Stable Versions:

Current versions suitable for production use.

Version Latest Release
4.906 Nov 20194.9
langpack05 Nov 2019ROLLING

Development Versions:

Meant for Squid users who are already familiar with Squid. You should expect to find numerous bugs and problems. We do not recommend running a development release on your production cache. If you have any problems with a development release please write to our squid-bugs@lists.squid-cache.org or squid-dev@lists.squid-cache.org lists. DO NOT write to squid-users with code-related problems.

Version Development Start Date Development Plans
5 10 Nov 2016 Squid RoadMap

If you are a developer, or want to closely track the source code, repository and rolling release services are outlined in the Developer Resources.

Old Versions:

Provided for archival purposes only. Not intended for general use in new installations.

Version First STABLE release Date Latest Release Latest Release Date
3.5 17 Jan 2015 3.5.28 15 Jul 2018
3.4 09 Dec 2013 3.4.14 01 Aug 2015
3.3 09 Feb 2013 3.3.14 01 May 2015
3.2 14 Aug 2012 3.2.14 01 May 2015
3.1 29 Mar 2010 3.1.23 09 Jan 2013
3.0 13 Dec 2007 STABLE26 28 Aug 2011
2.7 31 May 2008 STABLE9 16 Mar 2010
2.6 01 Jul 2006 STABLE23 17 Sep 2009
2.5 25 Sep 2002 STABLE14 20 May 2006
2.4 20 Mar 2001 STABLE7 02 Jul 2002






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