So since I set Adult Filter DNS in my router, every time I try to access links or redirecting images of buttons in my mail website (which is poczta.wp.pl), I get NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID (or ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED) error page in Chrome browser or “Page not found” in Firefox. The redirecting pages that cannot be accessed start with https://zasobygwp.pl/redirect?sig= . The filters do their job well, but as a collateral damage they render all the links I try to access via my mails unusable (I have to manually copy-paste the text of the link in my browser’s address field every time and hit enter which is extremely annoying). It seems zasobygwp.pl are used entirely by the mail service of wp.pl – and if used without filters (eg. mobile data on my cell phone) it redirects to poczta.wp.pl. It only appears when using ClearBrowsing DNS. Can anything be done to resolve this issue?
This topic was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by Quake313.