On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 8:58:17 PM UTC+1, donoban wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA256 > > On 02/12/2018 06:39 PM, Demi Obenour wrote: > > What websites and ports do I need to whitelist if I want to enable > > use Thunderbird with GMail and Google Calendar? I am using the > > Google Calendar add-on. > > Since Google uses a lot of different ip's it's pretty hard to maintain > an ip based firewall for access their services. You can try with ping > and digg commands for get some ip's of their domains but them will > likely change in few time. > > > I think that you can achieve it using http filtering  but I've > never tried. > >  https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/config/http-filtering-proxy/ > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > > iQIzBAEBCAAdFiEEznLCgPSfWTT+LPrmFBMQ2OPtCKUFAlqB8c0ACgkQFBMQ2OPt > CKUQLg//QCWyf/Tf28luozYNWaZ5xY1IqpdWL4y4l5x/1jw9y5CCNPXyhPsu911F > zxbvLR4r18007tmNtJdCCF7LmH3vCU+FwQb54e10kObTz0QyhZ7AQd22RTa6TgF1 > FM9N7dQdaT4OxtmbTvy1wLEwllSvqDGg0n/Iqbj7QNw5x9M7X0Y/A/WlMBFZzY1E > 3BagXL398m7Ha1ZKiOKRX2xI0odrvCUmknChssJQsRnlaFsFsAUFooCdPeeucEQl > /NZuM3XhV/K5yNZZSuMTDo8AD2E4cWicG0EHKGHaGWls0c4GjQzTEOA7Wt+Y9zrl > XnQCTWgPvo9va2AM4H+YX4phtp8XR5eh0wXJ5dEdFToa+FCAteVzpMSaxM208xvs > fb/mjOvqWf7ubxCRdpCgEHxlSINri2FhopMi3i+h/0KG7/pzhdQlQsSNsPKVxhMZ > ebvIv04VCNPso5BnIVykz5p1AhQvB10KT+ITiTpKKOFhS+P57A35kptlGCC0ztOV > 7cdAz/3Sp3YfDOcyBuqLsl33KQfpnjgeaTAnHx5v6ND5M2bTzSx7IT//EmWjRbzm > jckEuecHP2kh1g3D2AWu/c2AW82PWcHEg1Qj6RgqmsZtgovpx96w4zLGKeRS0C40 > flTk5zNTpXlZ+ZZxp44MY3kkweUy3CUgjqPIOOg7Fo48buisJC4= > =C5BZ > -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
Isn't it possible to use DNS on those multiple of IP's from google? or are they changing DNS's too like they change IP's? That would be such a headache if they do though... Also, DNS can be stolen through hacking DNS services (but not spoofed right?), so I guess it may be a security risk not to use IP's over DNS? But Google should have some pretty tight security on their DNS's? Like not just a password, but second factor authentication etc. too. I'm merely thinking out aloud here, any chance anyone can put this straight with facts? As such, it might help the OP if a DNS approach works. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/70b6d8a6-ac2c-4d6e-8822-dc9c2ae58615%40googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.