This may be a weird question but if someone hops/connects to my wifi from their phone is there a way to block, lets say the facebook app, from connecting to that users facebook account? In other words, block them form accessing their facebook account using my wifi.
The content filter on my network firewall (Zywall USG20) only works with port 80 (http not https).
How does the app connect to the users account? It must use DNS to resolve the name "facebook". I can create an "A" record in DNS to resolve facebook to 0.0.0.0 in which it will work for a PC but I'm guessing if the cellular carrier has their own DNS it will resolve the name.
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As you will come to know, I am an avid Fluxbox WM user ... Fluxbox is closely based on Blackbox.
Fluxbox WM and Openbox WM, both can use the xorg-system-core, with NO desktop environment.
Much like what Crunchbang and Archbang have done.
Fluxbox is still closely based on Blackbox. Some say that, Fluxbox is the natural progression of Blackbox.
Fluxbox is a basic Blackbox; with a few more things added for user-friendliness.
Not to take anything away from the base-Blackbox build ... the BB-Devs did an awesome job.
I use many of the BB scripts, themes/styles and apps with Fluxbox — they seems to be pretty much forward and backward compatible.
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