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  1. #1
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    Default Web filter dont block porn

    I tried the z4w last year i think. I paid for the firewall home use.

    Web filter did not block porn. It was on. Porn was blocked in settings. Block dns over https was even on. Tried it off too. But android etc still could load porn sites.

    I need a new router and still am interested in untangle but I need this to work.

    I need help. I really appreciate all help.

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    Master Untangler CMcNaughton's Avatar
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    ^^That's me blocking porn at home without SSL inspection/HTTPS decryption (on MacOS). It works just fine, but the x-factor in your question is "Android". You need to change your filtering options (and, tbh, maybe your expectations) when it comes to AndroidOS - in my experience, it's the hardest OS to filter. I no longer filter my Android here at home, but to do it, you'll likely need to install the Untangle root certificate on that device & enable SSLI with a rule for porn (and everything else that needs to be blocked). If you turn SSLI on, be sure to disable the SNI options (Web Filter > Advanced). Android is getting complicated..

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Just block QUIC, Android responds well enough after that without SSL inspection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buggs1a View Post
    android etc still could load porn sites.
    If your phone has an LTE data plan, that traffic isn't going through Untangle.
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    Master Untangler CMcNaughton's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    Just block QUIC, Android responds well enough after that without SSL inspection.
    Yep, this - should be on by default in Web Filter > Advanced.

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