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    Default Cannot add kali.download to whitelist

    When I try to add "kali.download" to the virus blocker whitelist I get the error "Url missing or wrong format!" http://kali.download/ actually exists so how can I whitelist it?

    Thanks,
    Joel

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    Looks like the current validator only accepts 6 letters for the top level domain. Thanks for reporting it https://jira.untangle.com/browse/NGFW-13131 For now you can use a wildcard.
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    Try "kali" or, if that doesn't work, "kali*" (without the quotes).

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    Huh! There was a time when disabling the CD/DVD drive(s) and USB ports was the security fix for BYOD. :-J
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    Quote Originally Posted by f1assistance View Post
    Huh! There was a time when disabling the CD/DVD drive(s) and USB ports was the security fix for BYOD. :-J
    Interestingly, I can visit the site with Virus Blocker enabled...

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    I've never understood how the play of discovering publicly known 'fake' virus signatures helps...I am waiting for a 'intent filter' which discloses malicious content previously unknown. :-J
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