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That's a Sophos XG block page (this is UTM, lol).
An administrator of the firewall would have to change/allow whatever site that is as Acceptable. You don't need Sophos to do that for your local filtering.
You can also use https://intelix.sophos.com/login to request a reclassification. Takes about 24-48 hours.
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I cannot access Intelix as I am not a Sophos customer. I already contacted the administrator of the firewall. The situation is: our school's website was unaccessible from a company network using Sophos because Sophos categorized us as "Alcohol and Tobacco". Contacting the company's network admin will only resolve the issue for this particular company's network. But as Sophos has more than this one customer, we would need them to verify us as a school and classify us under "Education" instead of "Alcohol and Tobacco". Sophos' customer service was contacted already but then again, as I'm not a customer, nor is our school, they will not respond to any request and sent us to this community for help.
This situation needs to cease as it is causing harm to our reputation as a school facility and our website does not contain any reference to alcohol nor tobacco. Not in source-code, text content nor metadata.
No need to be a Sophos customer to suggest a reclassification ... go to FileSubmission (sophos.com) -- choose Web Address, and fill out the form (as you can see, the license is optional). It will probably take a couple of days (sometimes longer) but eventually your recategorization should be approved if the request is accurate. I hope this helps.
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