WebBlocker local override is a feature that allows a user to type an override password to go to a web site that is blocked by the WebBlocker policy. For example, in a school, a teacher could use the override password to allow a student to access an approved site that is blocked by WebBlocker content categories.
When a user tries to go to a site that is blocked by the WebBlocker policy, if local override is enabled, the user sees a deny message in the browser.
If the XTM device uses a self-signed certificate for authentication, the user can also see a certificate warning. We recommend that you install a trusted certificate on the XTM device for this purpose, or import the self-signed certificate on each client device.
To get access to the requested site, the user must type the override destination and the override password.
allows access to all subdomains. of amazon.com
allows access to all domain names that end with amazon.com, such as images-amazon.com
allows access to only pages in that path
After the user types the correct override password, the XTM device allows access to the override destination until an authenticated user logs out, or until there is no traffic to a matching site for the amount of time specified in the WebBlocker local override inactivity timeout.
For more information about how to configure WebBlocker local override, see Get Started with WebBlocker.
Configure the Web Server Certificate for Firebox Authentication