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blocking words in domains - 16.Mar.2006 5:14:35 PM   
crmx

 

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hello,

i was trying to block domains and URL by blocking some key words like 'sex', 'girl', 'play', etc.

im the domain sets i created a new set with the following entries

*.*sex*.com

that was supposed to block everything that would include the word 'sex' when someone entered a URL..
but it still allows access.. in other words it doesnt work..

anyone know is this is possible or im just wasting my time with this?
thanks in advance..

--Victor
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RE: blocking words in domains - 17.Mar.2006 2:01:52 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Victor,

Doesn't work that way. Check out the Help file, it describes how this works.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: blocking words in domains - 18.Mar.2006 11:47:27 AM   
Zac

 

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Hi,


If your intention is to block sites, then you have to create an access rule for it. But if your intention is to block search, for the words such as sex, then you can do it by configuring the http.

Right click on the access rule which defines the internet rule, select configure http.

On the configure http dialogue box select signatures. Click on the Add button, enter a name for the signature.In the Signature

Search Criteria box, select Request URL and then specify the signature (the words you want to block such as sex, girl etc)


Again, click on the Add button, enter a name for the signature, in the Signature Search Criteria box select Response Body and enter

the same words which you want to block in the signature box.Increase the Byte range from 50-100.

HTH

Zac

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