I have a web site which lists bicycle events in the region, and have got a report from user which gets following error when trying to access it using company WiFi:
Web Page Blocked Access to the web page you were trying to visit has been blocked in accordance with company policy. Please contact your system administrator if you believe this is in error.
Now, the user is working in big company and while he has contacted its IT about the issue, it is still unresolved after several months. Searching the web finds similar issues with exact same wording (usually in public wireless settings), but no indication what "blacklist" they are using.
Problem is this is obviously mis-categorized (it should be Category: "recreation" or "sports" or something like that), but there is no info who provides categorization.
Apart from getting the user to try to force the issue with company IT (which I guess does not take this a priority, to say the least), I was hoping for alternate ways:
Finding WHAT tool/company/blacklist exactly is creating those categories, and directly contacting them or finding their web form or something to report miscategorisation. Does anybody recognize this exact pattern or knows where to check? Unfortunatly it does not contain any name or logo, as seen in this page capture from iPad:
(If this answer is correct, it does not seem to be Forcepoint/Websense category, as it seems to put it in "Business & Economy", not "Weapons". Any other ideas?)
Finding (and fixing) what on the website might trigger such a categorization? All content on site is manually curated and related to bicycle rides only, website should be carefully secured IMHO, and online scan sites report no malware or other issues with the site.