Description This article describes the effects of the 'disable' action
for local categories in a web filter. Scope FortiOS 7.0, 7.2, 7.4.
FortiProxy 7.0 and above. Solution Local categories can be created to
override FortiGuard URL categorization. In...
Description This article explains an issue where an intended webfilter
replacement message instead shows as a 'Your connection is not private'
warning. A solution is provided. Scope Any supported version of
FortiGate. Solution When the web filter pro...
Description This article describes 'ssl-inspection' usage for URL Web
filter. Scope FortiGate. Solution For plain text HTTP, traffic HTTP
request is not encrypted. Therefore 'ssl-inspection profile' is not
mandatory and FortiGate can identify the ful...
Description This article describes the meaning of the message
'webfilter_command_block' and how to allow the traffic to pass through
the web filter. Scope FortiGate. Solution The traffic can be blocked by
the web filter and the following message can ...
Description This article describes the difference between the 'Allow'
and 'Exempt' actions in static URL filter configuration. Scope In the
Web UI, the static URL filter and FortiGuard category filters are both
located within the Web filter profile c...
Hello, Think of the Zones like different interfaces, you can set up
sd-wan zone with members port1 and port2 and set the zone as destination
intf in a policy. Then you can create a specific rules for how to
balance the traffic between the interface m...
Hello, You can try with webfilter static URL. Simply create a Static URL
entry to block "www.linkedin.com/jobs/ "
Note: You must al...
Hello, You don't get a straight answer, because there isn't. A default
value which will protect all possible environments will practically have
block access to internet. -AntiVirus default will protect you as overall
there is not a lot to modify on i...
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