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    fortiproxy implem

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    hi moderator/admin please move my topic to the right section if this is not the right one. aside from admin guide, anyone of you here configured/implemented FortiProxy? Do you sample template on how to install in NAT or TP mode? Thank you ------------------------------ ...

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    RE: Webfilter rules: 'path'

    Posted in: Web Security

    I can't catch your query about default action if the 'path' part is not defined? but If the request is made immediately to the web server, as opposed to a web server proxy, the FortiGate unit queries for FortiGuard Web Filtering category or class ratings ...

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    RE: Blocking Bitbucket

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    Hi, Under the Web Filter You can block as the wildcard entry to "*.yourdomain.com" and in the next entry, you can allow specific URL with exempt or pass to "yourdomain.com/test" It will work perfectly. Regards, Deepak Kumar NSE4

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    Proxy socks config

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    Can someone please help me configure socks? documents of fortinet is not that good interms of socks configuration.

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    Just a warning for all the parents who are exploitation associate IPv6 DNS address from OpenDNS. there's no content filtering if you have got originated their filtering service. One resolution bestowed was to leverage their basic family defends addresses ...

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    RE: Cookie Security behaviour

    Posted in: Web Security

    Many thanks, that was exactly my doubt.

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    Try block quick protocol udp 443 and test with firefox and IE. I think you misunderstood. The QUIC protocol doesn't have anything to do with it. Blocking currently works, but I want to NOT block YouTube and keep enforcing Safe Search on Google, Bing ...

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    RE: Safe searching images

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    Andre, Dan is correct regarding DNS records internally being resolved and being authoritative for the domains. Another key issue, I need to point out is SSL inspection. Google and possibly other search engines have gone the route of encrypting the ...