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sophos9

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Hi

Does anyone know if its possible to redirect to the denied page if a user enters to many forbidden words

Currently you just get a naff "This page has been blocked by WinRoute Firewall !"

Thanks in advanace

Dave
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joar

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same here.... I want to know how to make a custom messages ^^
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winkelman

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Yes that's possible.

Read the manual.
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joar

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weird... I've read the manual..I didn't find how-to...

redirect to URL only works on Blocking specific sites and ISS Orange web filter.... not on Forbidden Words...

I've make a URL rules in the HTTP Policy attached image..

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Jan Jezek (Kerio)

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The principle of how the current forbidden words filter works makes redirecting impossible. Whether the page should be blocked or not is realized too late when the client web browser has already received portion of the page. At that moment it is no longer possible to instruct the browser to redirect elsewhere.

Jan Jezek
Product Development Manager - Kerio Control
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winkelman

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joar wrote on Tue, 16 June 2009 06:23


redirect to URL only works on Blocking specific sites and ISS Orange web filter.... not on Forbidden Words...

My apologies, I hadn't realised the context of your question (forbidden words). Rolling Eyes
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