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Adding URL as Exception In a DLP Rule

Hi

Does anyone know how to add one or a number of URLs to a DLP rule so that it won't be monitored?

For instance I don't want a particular rule to be checked when the site is pastebin.com

i have tried adding http://www.pastebin.com, pastebin.com, \ppastebin\.com\p etc but still couldn't find a working solution. can anyone give me a guide on this?

Thankx in Advance.

Regards

Rukmal Fernando

5 Replies

Re: Adding URL as Exception In a DLP Rule

What rule are you talking about here?

Re: Adding URL as Exception In a DLP Rule

hi,

im talking about the following,

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In general i just want to know how should a URL be added to these fields. I have tried a number of combination but it doesnt seem to work. it would be good if i can bypass some rules depending on a site. i.e. if they traffic is going to that site then a specific rule will be not applied to that site etc.

Thankx

Regards,

Rukmal

Re: Adding URL as Exception In a DLP Rule

From the screenshot I noticed that you have an AND condition:

1. Keyword AND 2. URL is not a certain link

Did you try using just the URL as a condition?

I am not a NDLP expert, if my suggestion did not work I would defer this question to an expert or call McAfee support.

Re: Adding URL as Exception In a DLP Rule

This question was asked in 2013, does it mean no one has answered it yet??  If any one knows the answer or this has been answered elsewhere, then please kindly post  the answer.

Regards,

Michael.

Re: Adding URL as Exception In a DLP Rule

It's now 2018, and I only recently came across this problem. Has anyone figured this out already? Same question as previous, is there a post with the answer for this?

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