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    Default block all site from a top level domain ".om"

    I what to block all .om sites. i tested a blocked site rule *?.om/* in web filter lite, however this is blocking all .com sites. Is there a different rule pattern for a 2 letter top level domain?

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    It's probably working correctly as sites today using content from multiple servers in multiple domains. What does the event logs show?

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    I changed the block site setting to just Flag for this rule and in the Flagged Web Events i have hundreds of different sites flagged by this rule all under the .com top level domain.

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    I see the issue. It's that om is partial of .com. It's not a 2 letter issue just .om regex issue. Let me looking into it.
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    *?.om/* is a regular expression. In regular expressions, the . character matches anything, including the "c" in .com. Try using a character class: *?[.]om/*
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    That seems to do the trick,

    Thanks

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