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  • #2660

    Casino
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    I’ve found that Google Plus is FULL of pornographic images. I’ve deleted my son’s google plus accounts.

    I don’t want just block plus.google.com, but the image’s direct link, as i’ve done with twitter.

    Now, Google Plus load its images at these addresses:

    lh0.googleusercontent.com
    lh1.googleusercontent.com
    lh2.googleusercontent.com
    lh3.googleusercontent.com
    lh4.googleusercontent.com
    lh5.googleusercontent.com
    lh6.googleusercontent.com
    lh7.googleusercontent.com
    lh8.googleusercontent.com
    lh9.googleusercontent.com
    lh10.googleusercontent.com
    lh11.googleusercontent.com
    lh12.googleusercontent.com

    Blocking these, google doesn’t load Gmail pictures, as google chrome extension page etc….

    I’ve tried to add “chrome.google.com” in the Allowed tab, but it doens’t work.

    My question is: Can pcwrt block all the “lhx.googleusercontent.com” but allow the same address, for example, in the google chrome extension page, gmail etc… only?

    Is it possible to create this rule?

    Allow these addresses in specific page only.

    #2705

    support
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    We can’t do this on the router. Since the Google pages are sent over HTTPS, the router cannot see the contents. As a result, it doesn’t know which page is fetching the images. Unless we break HTTPS encryption on the router. But we do’t sacrifice security for manageability.

    #2707

    Casino
    Participant

    Thanks for this.

    Can you give me an idea (other than pcwrt specifically) for to reach my result?

    #2710

    support
    Participant

    It is possible to do what you wanted to do by an app or browser plug in. But I’m not aware of any product that actually does that.

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