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btlyric
Level 12

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 news.google.com 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 news.google.com just because they've exerpted some text from the bald chinchilla articles, is that possible?

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fschulte
Level 10

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".

Ciao

Felix

Message was edited by: fschulte on 6/11/13 4:01:51 AM CDT
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eelsasser
Level 15

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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