So I get a list of bad URLs every week and tasked with adding them on the Site Advisor prohibit list policy. Needless to say, the list is growing. As of now, I have 1600 sites in the policy. What are some recommendations for managing such a large list? I check with trustedsource.org. If a site is categorized as malicious in trustedsource.org, do I still need to explicitly put it in the policy (assuming "content action" policy for that category is set to block)? Really would love some automation and simplification for this task. It's getting tedious.
What are some recommendations for managing such a large list? What would you like to manage - the uploading of the list - "Prohibit List"<> "Manage Prohibited Sites"; by choosing "Add Multiple Prohibited Sites" you can upload the entire list.
...do I still need to explicitly put it in the policy - Every environment is different; some are driven by IT Policies, others are driven by Best Practices and everyone else is somewhere in the middle.
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Thanks for your response. I'm familiar with the procedure but was just wondering about any potential adverse impact of having thousands of sites in the policy. Eventually though, this list will be managed from webproxy server which is the better way to manage.
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