Win7 Firewall rule question
Is there any chance that I can create a rule in the Win7 firewall by blocking outbound traffic to a specific domain?
Also, this rule would be using or selecting All IP Protocols.
For example, if I suspect that a website has an exploit in it, then I would want to be able to block connections to that specific domain like ABC.com or adding multiple domains.
CreerIT Security enthusiast
You can deny access to a IP address, which would in-turn deny access to any websites hosted on that IP address.
If you don't want to play with IP addresses you can use HOSTS file ( C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc ) and there write specific domains you would like to block in this format:
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|reply to scottp99 |
what browser are u using...........ffox..........you can block it with adblocker......or better privacy
ad the site to spware blaster/spybot seasrch and destroy's lists of restricted sites
those restrictions will work on ie.......as well ..... or just put the addy in the restricted sections of either browser..plus what creer said
firewall's not the place to block the site addy
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