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    Default 'in Subnet List' & 'pass' with 'archer'

    Can someone explain to me what the Web Filter log is showing when it shows the Web Filter has let 'pass' 'xx.xx.xx.xx:80 archer'?

    I ask as 'archer' has two entries the Web Filter 'Monitor Suspicious Traffic' list, as well as entries for 'doubleclick'; 'mediaplex' etc, indeed, these are classed as 'Access events'. I can't find any documentation on them (I'm also a newbie to untangle and indeed to analysing web traffic on my network).

    Attached are some screenshots. I'm using U4W 6.2.1.

    TIA

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    Thats spyware blocker not web filter btw.

    thats a list of suspicious subnets. if you see one hosts with thousands of accesses a day to one of these you may have an issue.

    They have lots of ad servers on them so a few accesses is no big deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Thats spyware blocker not web filter btw.

    thats a list of suspicious subnets. if you see one hosts with thousands of accesses a day to one of these you may have an issue.

    They have lots of ad servers on them so a few accesses is no big deal.
    Ah yes, spyware blocker not web filter

    I've only got a small network (5 PC's) so I guess nothing to worry about (?)

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