Does Suricata have the capability of returning a response page back to the user if a URL is blocked by the firewall?
Are you referring to an HTML page stating the reason for the block? If that’s the question, than the answer is no.
Yes a HTML return page is what I’m referencing. Has there been any interest besides my inquiry for this feature?
Thanks for responding.
Generating a friendly HTML response page is outside the domain of Suricata’s functionality – which is processing packets/data path.
The meta information exists in logs which an external tool could use to generate such a page.