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Block facebook access

It is not blocck the https://

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You might be better off creating a free account at opendns.com Then point your router to use their dns servers rather than your isp's. Use the parental controls at opendns to block certain sites for all phones, pcs and laptops in your home. Full instructions on their website.

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They are saying that my facebook account is unavailable i had just log out for a minute


Facebook uses HTTP to communicate over the Internet, assuming you can access other websites on the same computer then it cannot be your router blocking Facebook unless someone has specifically blocked it.
This might happen if you are at a place of work, school etc. To test this use a proxy server to bypass any blocking. To do this is simple, simply visit this website: http://hidemyass.com/ , scroll down to the text box which by default says "http://google.com" change this to "https://facebook.com" and try to log into your account. Rest assured you information is safe as I have directed you to the secure log in page denoted by the "https://".
If this works in future you may try to log into Facebook using this link https://facebook.com, because this is a secure connection it cannot be blocked as easily. If it fails go back to the proxy site.

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Sir I have SonicWall pro 2040, i hve already blocked the facebook but users can access the facebook from https://www.facebook.com, any way to block facebook from https


Just upgrade to the IPS (instrusion prevention subscription) for your 2040 and check Prevent ALL for HIGH, MEDIUM and LOW (LOW blocks Facebook like a champ). You'll find some other services blocked as well such as Terminal Services, but you can filter individual LOW priority attacks to allow those connections in (I recommend VPN for Terminal services anyway).

I actually was looking for a way to OPEN connections to Facebook while preventing LOW priority attacks and found your post.

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Problems accessing facebook


Your best bet is to access facebook somewhere other than work. I suggest an internet cafe on your lunch break...the IT guys are probably monitoring you...sorry.

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