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How to block a particular website IP and URL using Kaspersky Premium Firewall?


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2 hours ago, howtodothat said:

I need to block a website so I can't access it how can I achieve this using kas firewall or other setting. 

I need to ban the entire URL and IP address of the website. 

 

Hello @howtodothat

Welcome!

Use Firewall Packet Rules, follow the guide: Firewall, Packet rules & examples in the images 1 & 2, the result is image 3:

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Thank you🙏
Flood🐳+🐋

 

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8 hours ago, Flood and Flood's wife said:

Hello @howtodothat

Welcome!

Use Firewall Packet Rules, follow the guide: Firewall, Packet rules & examples in the images 1 & 2, the result is image 3:

image.thumb.png.3458b46c44d7e11626220cf7101f42d5.png 

 

image.thumb.png.3e1e0b6aa621b19de5ea63ed75ac44ed.png

 

image.thumb.jpeg.8d9949640b6f775426b40e0e33da794e.jpeg

Thank you🙏
Flood🐳+🐋

 

It worked! Thank you so much! Just out of curiocity, Is there any way that I can force this IP to stay blocked even I know how to unblock it?

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45 minutes ago, howtodothat said:

It worked! Thank you so much!

  1.  Is there any way that I can force this IP to stay blocked even I know how to unblock it?

Hello @howtodothat

You're most welcome!

  1. The question does not make sense (ioo) - having the knowledge to change / unblock something is not the same as changing the existing Firewall Packet Rules (you've) configured.... The domain / IP is either blocked or unblocked - IF (you) wish to leave the rule configured but not use the rule - the *Status* can be changed to Inactive - see image below - IF the rule is Inactive the IP will not be blocked - otherwise - IF the rule is Active - the IP/Domain will be blocked.... 
  2. *IF we've misunderstood the question please post back? 

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Flood🐳+🐋

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When I create a rule to block certain IP addresses the firewall doesn't block them.  For instance, I entered into the Remote Address box: 

52.24.225.0/24

and a connection still goes through to 52.24.225.67

Why?

 

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2 hours ago, Faust. said:

When I create a rule to block certain IP addresses the firewall doesn't block them.  For instance, I entered into the Remote Address box: 

52.24.225.0/24

and a connection still goes through to 52.24.225.67

  1. Why?

Hello @Faust.

Welcome back! 

  1. Post a full screen-screen-print of the rule you've configured? 
  2. Where is the 52.24.225.0/24 rule positioned in the Packet rules table -> it should be moved to the top. 

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Flood🐳+🐋

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