WatchGuard has implemented several new features in its WebBlocker content filtering service over the last few firewall revisions. Previously, this service only allowed for two actions: Allow and Deny. Now, WatchGuard has implemented a Warn action, as well as other options for allowing users to bypass if set with appropriate permissions.
In this post we want to outline the default policies, why they exist, and what you need to do to secure them.
To fully take advantage of the WatchGuard WebBlocker Signature Subscription, you must configure the service perfectly. This blog post walks you through Advanced configurations for taking full advantage of WatchGuard WebBlocker.
This video shows you an easy and effective way to manage WatchGuard WebBlocker policies.
This video shows you how to configure WatchGuard's Reputation Enabled Defense, also knows as RED.