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I'm putting a new router into place and connectivity is established with the Internet.  I have applied the Cisco Lockdown Step and the Advanced Firewall with a Medium setting is in place.  Speed is fine, and most sites are fine, however after doing a Google search, the links that are provided to me do nothing and I get an error like below.

I wonder what is going on that Google is, or how they are doing it that is prompting this message.  Other Bing and Yahoo searches seem to work fine.  Can I, should I do away with it?

000938: Sep  2 15:41:37.586 PCTime: %APPFW-4-HTTP_DEOBFUSCATION: Deobfuscation signature (15) detected - resetting session 209.183.x.x:2012 72.x.x.99:80 on zone-pair ccp-zp-in-out class ccp-protocol-http appl-class ccp-http-blockparam
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Google does obfuscate the links so when you click on one it looks something like:

http://www.google.com/sa=t&source=web&cd=6&ved=0CCUQFjAF&url=http%3A%2F%2Fcisco.biz%2Fen%2FUS%2Fdocs%2Fios%2F15_0%2Fsystem%2Fmessages%2Fsm_ht01.pdf&ei=26eJTLPRNo3A8wSH4LWfBg&usg=AFQjCNFxqWXjRblV31bUr-KdnD9gGBiqYA

Now when clicking on a google link it takes you back to google that then redirects you to where you want to go. Not sure when they started doing that - a month or two ago. Guess they wanted to track who is clicking on their links and where they are going.

Anyway - your Router isn't liking that. You inidcated this was a new router, once you update all of your signatures on the router I expect it will like it a bit better and Google will work once again.

Good Luck
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by:Lenard56
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Thanks, it's more of a firewall setting near as i can figure out.  Thanks for the information , it was helpful.
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by:herbie66b
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Hi,
I had exactly the same problem with a Cisco 1921 running IOS 15 and with an HWIC-1VDSL modem.
I finally installed the "classic firewall" to get it to work. All other search engines worked perfectly.
I'm sure the Zone firewall could work with the correct configuration.
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