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    Default How to block HTTPS websites?

    hi everyone,

    I need help! i trying to block website using https, https://imo.im , but i cant block it. can anyone help me on this... thanks.

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    Firewall! Block client interface=internal, server interface=external, destination address=64.13.152.67

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    hello......i try it on my UT and didn't work

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    You're right. I'm wrong. I thought a firewall block would take care of it even though it is HTTPS.

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    no problem dude....any ideas to resolve the problem?

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    Just wanted to echo the request for assistance in blocking HTTPS traffic - the web filter is pretty useless if users can bypass it so trivially. The hardest part of this would be to allow connection dispite a warning dialog to accept an invalid certificate (and this would only be for those sites without a valid cert!).

    EDIT: I understand why keyword filtering on the content might be difficult but blocking based on HTTPS traffic to IP/URL should be pretty simple. (or am I missing somethng obvious?)

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    any ideas

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    no solutions?????

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    use the firewall as mdh said.

    blocking on hostname on https isn't possible either because the hostname is encrypted.
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    re vasiloui
    take the ip of website and block it

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