Can't successfully block HTTP addresses

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  1. MSCP03

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    We are trying use the block address feature of NOD32. Current version for is V4.2.76 (Business edition). Web Access Prottection is enabled. Under Web accces prtotection -> HTTP, HTTPS -> Address Management we added 4 websites in the "List of blocked addresses/masks".

    Nothing happens, the websites are not blocked, we are using the mask format: *.website (website being the offending website).

    Does anyone know how to actually make this work?
     
  2. Marcos

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    What exact url are you attempting to block?
     
  3. MSCP03

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    Try one of the following:
    *.googlesyndication.com
    *.intellitxt.com

    Does ESET not block inline HTML HTTP access?

    We have found over the last few months that the adservers are the number one vector for incoming virus. As a result we are looking at how to block the adservers that have been used to send questionable content.
     
  4. Marcos

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    It should work that way but I'd better change it to *googlesyndication.com*. Are you still able to open the web page in a browser?
     
  5. MSCP03

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    That seems to have done it. Thank you very much.
     
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