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    Edugeek or BGFL?

    We keep getting blocked by BGFL filters randomly. Usually when selecting new posts. The message is;

    Request Blocked by Generic Body Filter

    Your request to URL "http://www.edugeek.net/forums/search.php?searchid=1484857" has been blocked by the Webwasher Generic Body Filter. The document was classified as Override Block which is not allowed by BGfL filtering policy at this time.
    Is this a rouge post issue or our beloved ISP?

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    I've been getting the exact same message.
    I went to log the call with Link2ICT and then when the tech remoted in to have a look it worked! Grrrr.
    I'm guessing something is up at there end.

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    same here, some pages are blocked

    http://www.edugeek.net/forums/securi...netration.html


    cant see this one

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    *Update*

    It seems to be the Security Forum causing the problem. I can get into the others it seems.

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    our LEA also filter like that and anything related to pr0xy or security normally get filtered

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    I noticed it too and just thought it was a glitch. Clearly it has to be BGFL as they manage Webwasher. You would of thought Edugeek would be put on a whitelist, but there you go!

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    Hmm thats interesting, I assume behind the red door works?
    I wonder what it moaning about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I noticed it too and just thought it was a glitch. Clearly it has to be BGFL as they manage Webwasher. You would of thought Edugeek would be put on a whitelist, but there you go!
    Our ISP do the filtering here via Webwasher too, but have given us rights to change filtering so we can unblock sites and such.

    Comes in handy at times

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    If I click on the 'Security' link in the main forum index or within the new post page I get blocked but if I click on a thread within the Security forum it lets me read it.

    However I can't check all the threads because if I click on page 2 of 'New Threads' it blocks me again.

    I'm guessing it is a post edited sometime today that it doesn't like in the Security forum.

    PS - Behind the Red door works fine

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    Me and Chr1s are suffering too. Ispy seems to be working again but i cant get new posts to work...

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    Here is a screenshot of the thread list on page on of security. Can anyone spot anything?
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    People post known proxy lists in that forum dont they.

    That would get it blocked.

    BoX

    PEO post proxy bypass sites

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    "Social Penetration"....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmdixon View Post
    "Social Penetration"....
    Now reads Social Pene tration

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    Nope still blocked - but i can't view any of the threads either.... the hackers in education one or the proxy sites. (iSpy has just died for me too )



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