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Sonic CFS being bypassed by Google Search

Posted on 2013-11-07
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We have implemented CFS on our Sonicwall. We have blocked Facebook (among other sites). If a user goes to Google and searches for Facebook, they can then access the site without CFS blocking it. Is there a way to secure this type of breach?
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Found my own answer. Usual newbie mistake. I enabled HTTPS content filtering.
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When I answer my own questions I always do it in an Excellent manner.
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