No worries, everyone starts somewhere! Understanding firewall policies and Fortinet products can be a bit overwhelming at first, but I'll try to help clarify the situation for you.
From what you described, it appears that Fortinet's firewall policy 15, named 'GEOBLOCK,' is designed to block access to certain destinations based on their geographic location. It uses two address groups: 'GEO IP FILTER' and 'BLOCKED-IPs-Group.' The 'GEO IP FILTER' group contains the "Japan" entry, which means it's blocking access to websites originating from Japan.
The reason you see a block message when trying to access newsweekjapan.jp is that it falls under the "Japan" category and is blocked by the firewall policy 15.
The Fortinet firewall policy is blocking access to some *.jp sites, including many other websites. Check the firewall policy settings for misconfigurations, conflicting policies, and exceptions. Ensure the website is correctly categorized and consider testing with different browsers. If the issue persists, seek assistance from Fortinet support or their community forums.
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