I use GMail and Thunderbird for email, and Firefox as my browser.  I do
email and GitHub from a different domain that is more trusted than
others (it’s blue).

I would love to restrict its networking abilities by using firewall
rules or a filtering proxy.  Sadly, I have not been able to do that
without breaking at least GMail.  For firewall rules, the culprit seems
to be Google’s use of DNS load balancing, but I am not sure what is
breaking for the filtering proxy.  OCSP stapling?

I would much prefer to be able to restrict network access, but I cannot
break what needs to work.  Does anyone have suggestions?

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