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wicked
post 29.08.2012 10:22
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Hi Kaspersky Fans and Gurus! I'm back for questions. b_lol1.gif

we know that HTTPS sites are secure and encrypted.

Is there a way to block a https sites using web control? (e.g. block https://apps.www.facebook.com/blah_blah_blahblah...) we allowed facebook but we want the game/apps of facebook blocked.

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Tybilly
post 29.08.2012 12:58
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Hi,

Web Control can block secure web sites, but the result won't be the traditional warning message but will look like a network issue.
To block games/apps in Facebook and allow user to browse Facebook create 2 rules and put them in the following order:

1. Block all content from the following address: apps.facebook.com/*
2. Allow social network category or all content from the following address : https://www.facebook.com/*
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wicked
post 3.09.2012 05:59
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Hello Tybilly,

Created 2 rules but still no luck, see screenshot, although it block HTTPS://www.google.com (no blocked message but it works ).

Have you tested blocking FB apps?

Thank you very much.

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syapa
post 3.09.2012 21:45
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QUOTE(Tybilly @ 29.08.2012 11:58) *
Hi,

Web Control can block secure web sites, but the result won't be the traditional warning message but will look like a network issue.
To block games/apps in Facebook and allow user to browse Facebook create 2 rules and put them in the following order:

1. Block all content from the following address: apps.facebook.com/*
2. Allow social network category or all content from the following address : https://www.facebook.com/*

thank you tybilly


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