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Block site using a URL set - 25.Jan.2005 12:35:00 AM   
ISA2004help

 

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Good Evening everyone,

I'm just looking for some advice on a good URL block list. There are a number of place on the internet that have such files. I just looking for from people experience what list are good to use.

Right now I just been adding site as I see users accessing them. Would be nice to import a big list or URLS.

Thanks for your time
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RE: Block site using a URL set - 25.Jan.2005 1:46:00 PM   
ianfermo

 

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Hi,

Try to check this link.

www.isatools.org

You can find destination sets or url sets for you to import.

Cheers,

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RE: Block site using a URL set - 28.Jan.2005 5:34:00 PM   
bsockel

 

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I got my list from from squidguard. If i remember correctly it is a unix based list and needs some reformating.

When creating my blocked list i created a seperate Domain Name set for each letter of the alphabet and the created a different rule for each domain name set. This allows for better management of sites if you find a site that gets blocked accidently, you can look in the log file and see which rule blocked the site .

The other thing that i did that made things a lot easier was i created my Domain Name Sets and did not add anything to them, i then exported those settings and modified the XML file and re-imported. A simple copy and paste instead of having to type each site in one by one.

Here is the link
SquidGuard - Black list
Hope this helps

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RE: Block site using a URL set - 19.Feb.2005 4:09:00 PM   
Jim Harrison

 

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The fact is, the fewer rules you have, the more efficient the ISA policy search engine is.

You should create a single "noway" rule that blocks these lists in one shot.
..of course, if you have 50,000 entries in a single URLSet, then you might need to review them for duplicates.

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RE: Block site using a URL set - 1.Jun.2005 2:41:00 PM   
jpineau

 

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We used a script to import text files containing the URL/Domains we wanted to be blocked. One imports into a URL set and the other into a Domain set.

Question - does anyone know how we can categorize these lists so the deny page tells the user why it was blocked?

If the above can be done within ISA 2004 how do we then alter the deny page to include the category?

Thanks,

JP

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