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    chrome?

    Is there a chrome plugin that acts as a local proxy which tunnels out on 443 to a hitherto unknown proxy service?

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    This is what I am also thinking ... I have already blocked Firefox addons....

    I will keep an eye on kids and watch their screen and find out more about it.

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    Had the same problem here.... Figured out kids were installing chrome extensions and bypassing the filtering... Quick import of the latest ADMX files and then blocked all extensions by putting a * in the blacklist.... Job done

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    Can you please explain further about ADMX? How and which one? Any guide available to do this?

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    Which extensions? Proxy extensions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BromleyTech View Post
    I would recommend blocking facebook.com & https://173.252.64.0-173.252.127.255 through WebScreen.

    If Chrome presents an IP address to the filtering system, Facebook may be accessible. Particularly if the categories social networking & host is an IP are allowed for the relevant policy.
    Just to add to this, I've done this locally and it stops all requests to Facebook, so thanks BromleyTech.

    Unless they have a browser extension added then this is as much as you can do really. Do you have the category host is an ip allowed at all?



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