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DLP Dictionary

Is there a way to use the DLP Dictionary function to block sites that contain specific text, but not block aggregator sites that might mention that text?

So, if has a bunch of articles about bald chinchillas and corporate policy states that no sites that contain data about bald chinchillas should be allowed, but I don't want to block all of just because they've exerpted some text from the bald chinchilla articles, is that possible?

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Re: DLP Dictionary

Just an idea: Use a combination of the property URL.Categories together with your DLP rules. I.e. only block sites due to DLP if URL.Categories does not contain the category "News".



Message was edited by: fschulte on 6/11/13 4:01:51 AM CDT

Re: DLP Dictionary

Also, if you are using DLP scanning for inbound content, expect a performance impact on the proxy. I would use it very sparingly on some subselection of sites, like uncategorized sites or Blogs/Wikis that have user content.

I don't recommend using it on all inbound responses.

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