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How to block all subdomains?

Hello.

What format should I use to block all ne.jp subdomains in Filter?

I tried these. But gsa ser still posts ne jp subs.

ne.jp
*ne.jp
*ne.jp*



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  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    you can not add masks here. Just full URLs or domains. If you want to block all subdomains, you will have to add that per project.
  • Ok.
    I already tried to block all subs in project settings. But not successful (
    What mask to use in project settings to block all subs of ne.jp? 

  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    edited June 30
    D:.ne.jp should work
  • Sven said:
    D:.ne.jp should work
    Thanks. I will try again.


  • What am I doing wrong?

    Created new project with skip settings
    D:.xrea.com

    And It posts to 

    http://chocolate.s35.xrea.com/cgi...

  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    please send me the project backup
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    I found the issue now and fixed it in next update.
  • ololoevololoev near
    edited July 5
    Hello again.
    Looks like issue fixed only for domain filter.
    But not for all url

    I have filter in project

    skip url content on=1
    skip url content list=1:.mythem.es;1:.dnses.com;1:.ne.jp;1:.xrea.com;1:@;1:?http;1:=http


    And in verified I get

    http://www.millbrooks.com/banner/redirect.asp?Id=83&url=http://manami.s4.xrea.com/b_b_s/b_b_s.cgi


  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    ?http: is not a valid filter. You would have to add a * in front of it or even better *=http*
  • I just want to block redirect urls like

    http://domain.com/redirect?http://domain2.com/qwe
    or
    http://domain.com/redirect=http://domain2.com/qwe

  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    OK, then what about this... http*://*http*
  • Sven said:
    OK, then what about this... http*://*http*
    This will block some valid urls (not redirects) like
    https://domain.com/blog/post-http-name/

    But I will try

    http*=http*
    http*?http*
  • ololoevololoev near
    edited July 7
    ololoev said:
    Sven said:
    OK, then what about this... http*://*http*
    This will block some valid urls (not redirects) like
    https://domain.com/blog/post-http-name/

    But I will try

    http*=http*
    http*?http*
    Nope. These filters don't help. Still posts to urls like

    http://tunicom.com.tn/lang/chglang.asp?lang=ar&url=https://games4ever.3dn.ru/go%3Fhttp://korallen-basler.de/index.php/component/k2/item/2
    http://www.mandarin-badenweiler.de/wp-content/themes/eatery/nav.php?-Menu-=http://scale-software.co.ke/scales/index.php/products/grid-layout-3/with-sidebar-3/weighbridge-3


  • Sven said:
    OK, then what about this... http*://*http*
    looks like this filter doesn't help.
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