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Description:
As of LCOS 8.50, the content filter gained the capability of filtering HTTPS requests. However, the "blocked content" messages displayed by the browser for HTTPS requests are different from those for HTTP requests.
The content filter is unable to analyze the encrypted HTTPS packets and therefore cannot replace the HTTPS page with its own "blocked content" page. In the case of a blocked HTTPS request, the web browser displays an error message, which differs according to the browser type.
This document illustrates the "blocked content" messages for the most popular browsers.


Internet Explorer:
Message for blocked HTTP requests:
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Message for blocked HTTPS requests:
Internet Explorer displays a message indicating that the web site cannot be accessed. No error code is displayed.
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Mozilla Firefox:
Message for blocked HTTP requests:
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Message for blocked HTTPS requests:
Firefox displays a message with the error code "ssl_error_access_denied_alert". This indicates that the cause is a blocking operation.
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Opera:
Message for blocked HTTP requests:
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Message for blocked HTTPS requests:
Opera displays the message "This certificate is valid, but access was denied", which indicates that the cause is a blocking operation.
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