Blocking websites isn't working

I tried to block websites using Comodo Firewall as according to these instructions and it didn’t work.
See these screenshots below. Trying to block google.com and www.google.com doesn’t work.


Be patient. This is a known and recurring problem that is referenced. It will be resolved with CIS beta 2025.

You can’t seriously expect your Internet traffic to be filtered, either by Comodo browser plug-ins, or if you’re using certain proxies or a VPN.

It’s counterproductive to look for the little beast and point out everything that doesn’t work with Comodo.

Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Frx52YMHZ24&t=5s

That’s all you need.

Multiplicity and diversity are not a good thing. It’s not a good thing to control your Internet traffic when you have Comodo. As you can see from the video, it’s useless! :slightly_smiling_face: :parasol_on_ground: :sun_with_face:

You can therefore rest easy :sunglasses:

You’re right. You can do something like this with Host. But he wanted to do it via comodo - he wanted to see if it worked that way. But google.com alone is certainly not enough for Google to be blocked.

Maybe like here:

Make sure your Category is added to the Block Sites rule by editing it.

It also has only ever worked with Firefox and iexplorer.

You can also download your own list of URLs to block and then use it either with the host file or, for example, with Peerblock or Privoxy software.

In Canada there is a nice teacher who publishes good lists :wink::no_entry::biohazard::children_crossing::warning::underage:

You can also buy a hardware router and set its DNS on Cisco’s OpenDNS after registering on the site. In this case, it’s preferable to have a fixed IP address, which is not the case for everyone on this planet.

Be careful if you use certain software, such as UnChecky for example, as it resets your host file.

Yes but I was trying to go through the path of least resistance before I further complicate my question, as what I actually wanted to do is block websites for a specific wifi network whilst allowing it on other wifi networks.

Does anyone here know how to do that?