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URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 4:24:51 AM   
Chris.Small

 

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Hi Guys, Hope everyone is well.

I got a question for ya.

Is it possible to block keywords.

I have a block list setup to block url's but what i want to be able to do is

block any web link with the word games in it.

I have tried adding a few things to my block list

http://*.games.*

http://*.*games*.*

etc....

but this does not seem to work.

Working for a school, the students seem to find games sites every single day, After checking what sites have been logged i then add them urls to the blocklist and they get denied.

but would be much easier if i could just deny anything with the word games in or porn in, I had this setup in isa server 2004 using the deny blocklist and it seemed to work.


any help is much appreciated guys.

thanks for your time

Chris
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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:04:12 AM   
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quote:

Is it possible to block keywords.

Yes, block using signature


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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:09:40 AM   
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as easy as that,

So I just add the word i want to block in the signature and thats that?

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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:14:37 AM   
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quote:

as easy as that,

So I just add the word i want to block in the signature and thats that?

Everything is easy when one knows how to do it

< Message edited by elmajdal -- 9.Nov.2006 5:16:54 AM >


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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:17:58 AM   
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well blow me down, 

I added games to the sig, then went to search google for a games site to see if it blocks it and WOW!


NICE ONE!!!!!!



Much Appreciated!

any chance of when then word is seen it will re direct it to a web page?

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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:21:45 AM   
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Right, I  am with it now, So if you search for things it blocks any search by the words added to the sig, though when i type the url of a games site that i know it doesn't block it.

Do I have to add urls to the url deny list for that to be blocked or is it possible that when someone types for example:

www.garagegames.co.uk it sees the word games in the URL and blocks the site?

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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:23:19 AM   
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quote:

well blow me down, 

I added games to the sig, then went to search google for a games site to see if it blocks it and WOW!


NICE ONE!!!!!!



Much Appreciated!

any chance of when then word is seen it will re direct it to a web page?


Glad it worked with you

it would be helpful for other users also to see how u created ur signature, so can you please post it here.

quote:

any chance of when then word is seen it will re direct it to a web page?

Using signature.... i dont think so , u can redirect users when u have a deny rule.


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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:32:41 AM   
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yep of course that works. lol posted to soon then.

For anyone viewing this post,

I set up an allow rule from internal to external, added a group of users to apply this rule too.
 after creating the rule, you can then right click the rule and click configure http, select the signatures tab and click add, type in a name for the signature select the search criteria request URL and ADD the word you want denied in the specify signature to block.  Apply this RULE.
 
you can then open google or any other search engine and type in the word OR type in a url in the address bar with that word in it to see this RULE in ACTION!!
 
BIG THANKS TO         elmajdal
 
 

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RE: URL Filtering - 9.Nov.2006 5:48:59 AM   
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Thanks for the follow up.

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RE: URL Filtering - 28.Nov.2006 4:14:50 PM   
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if you dont mind plz tell me
how to creat this rule i mean which rule "protocol rule " or "site and content rules"
plz reply me

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RE: URL Filtering - 28.Nov.2006 5:10:54 PM   
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quote:

how to creat this rule i mean which rule "protocol rule " or "site and content rules"
plz reply me

This applies to any ALLOW rule u have .
as u know u can have multiple allow rules.

so any allow rule u want to apply such filtering , u follow the steps as stated before
 
quote:

after creating the rule, you can then right click the rule and click configure http, select the signatures tab and click add, type in a name for the signature select the search criteria request URL and ADD the word you want denied in the specify signature to block.  Apply this RULE.

 


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RE: URL Filtering - 19.Nov.2007 10:11:21 AM   
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do you get block url using keywords?

I would lke that usin as keyword : MSN the following url must be blocked:

www.krapezmsnazu.com

That is possible?
How? signatures? web filter?

The web filter work in some cases:

http://*.msn.com --> Work very well.
http://*.*.msn*.com -> dont work!

any ideas?

thanks

PD: Sorry  for my broken english.

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RE: URL Filtering - 22.Nov.2007 5:07:13 AM   
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Hi,

why not block *krapezmsnazu.com

check this article : http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004domainnamesets.html

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RE: URL Filtering - 6.Jun.2008 4:31:02 AM   
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How i can allow NOD32 using System Policies.







Thanks
Muhammad Usman.

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