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COMODO - Blocking access to a particular domain

Suppose I want to block access to www.abcd.com with comodo how do I do that ?
Does this work ... Go to "My blocked network zones", then add "A new blocked address" then enter "abcd.com" under "A host name"
Or do I enter www.abcd.com ..... Or would I be better off with an IP

Suppose I want to allow www.abcd.com, but I want to block http://update.abcd.com
How do I do that
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Eirman
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NahThenLadCommented:
Hi Eirman,

I am not overly familiar with the Comodo firewall, though if I were trying to block access to a single site/sub domain I would edit the hosts file (I am assuming that you are doing this on Windows) to send any such requests to the loopback address.

Just add:

127.0.0.1        update.abcd.com

Hope I'm not teaching granny to suck eggs :)
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EirmanAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I already have it listed in my hosts file (along a load of stuff put in there by spybot s&d)

Comodo is rated as the the best free firewall available, so I'm sure some here uses it to it's full extent. It's a complicated piece of software.
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EirmanAuthor Commented:
Please close this question - I have posted a request in the comodo forum http://forums.comodo.com/firewall_help-b135.0/
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