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  1. #1
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    Default glob matching case sensitive or insensitive?

    The various descriptions of glob matching on the wiki (like https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Glob_Matcher) contain these 2 statements:
    "String XYZ matches "XYZ" but NOT "xYZ"
    "All glob matching is case insensitive"

    Which is it?

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    Both is correct. Thanks for pointing it out so we can clarify the documentation.

    In reference to WebFilter, it is case sensitive for the URI but not the domain. Which is in line with standards of web servers.
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    From what I understand, it is case sensitive for everything (glob matching is used in a lot of rules that are not URL-related), the only one exception being domain names in URL matching in WebFilter.

    Is that correct?

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    That is correct.
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