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Use Regex to filter URLs ending with and .onion

I'm using this regex for both suffixes and upon using them on the filter section, it is working well. (?:\S+\x2eonion\S*) (?:\S+torproject\x2eorg\S*) On the correlation Rule section I already chose the Regex option but still no events are reflecting. Is there anything that I'm missing?
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Re: Use Regex to filter URLs ending with and .onion

If there's anyone checking this. Don't worry, I've already done it. Thanks

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Re: Use Regex to filter URLs ending with and .onion

Thank you for letting us all know.  Is there any chance you could post how you solved this issue so others can learn from the solution?

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