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rule for access to specific domains and his links? - 17.Jan.2007 7:08:21 PM   
j.checa@random.es

 

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Hello.
I need to create a rule for permit access to only specifics domains, for example msn.es and msn.com, but, this the domains use information, as images, located on other domains. How can I do it, without specifying each one of the linked domains? It's possible?
Thanks.
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RE: rule for access to specific domains and his links? - 19.Jan.2007 1:55:41 PM   
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You can't. You will need to allow access to those domains too, if you want to allow access to those domains.

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Tom

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RE: rule for access to specific domains and his links? - 19.Jan.2007 4:05:45 PM   
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HI TOM...
Tom have we any 3rd party utility which can search the Web page script (like view source in the Internet Explorer)which is already allowed on daily basis or hourly basis and add the every new URL from that allowed site in the AllowURL Set.

I know that 3rd party utily will not be present definatly.

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RE: rule for access to specific domains and his links? - 21.Jan.2007 11:31:28 AM   
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It actually does not make sense from a security point of view. Why should you trust other domains that the Web page connects to? What creates this implicit trust? That's why you need to allow those domains and confirm with your security group that you do indeed trust them.

Tom

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