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Is there any way or any script to permit only Google maps in my firewall and not the other Google apps like GMail or accounts.google.com?

The problem is that when I inspect the links, maps.google.com is redirected to google.com/maps and there is a possibility to accidentally allow GMail or other services if I dynamically permit google.com. I am using IPtables as firewall.

Any solution or idea how to solve this problem?

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No you can't do that. You should be able to fix this using the API, but than u have to build the application somewhere on the other side :)

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