I have blocked port 80 and 443 on Windows 10 via making a new Firewall rule but I still can browse via Chrome. How do I block HTTP/HTTPS traffic via firewall?
This is what I did:
Firewall advanced settings --> Outbound rules
In the outbound rules I added new rule.
I choose "port". I chose the port numbers "80, 443". The protocol is TCP.
I choose "block the connection" and the rules is applied to "private, public and domain". I checked too that the rule is applied to all interfaces.
But checked if it's activated and the rule is activated. But still I can browse on Chrome. I visited websites I never visited before and I can visit them too.
Why the blocking of port 80 and 443 doesn't block HTTP and HTTPS traffic? My goal is to block all outgoing HTTP and HTTPS traffic.