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DNS blocking

We are trying to block "kaffekæ", but obviously ePO didn't like the weird character and will not save the policy. Are we able to enter the punycode version of the domain ""? Will it then block "kaffekæ"?

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Re: DNS blocking

Hello @rbenson09,

You can set the punycode "" to the DNS Blocking settings, and it can be blocked if the punycode is decoded by the browser.
The reason why "kaffekæ" cannot be set is that it depends on the ENS FW extension I think, and details need to be confirmed for development, so please submit new service request to McAfee support.


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