When a user tries to access a specific domain they get this error:
Category: Web Hosting
Threat Type: othermalware
Threat Reason: Domain reported and verified as serving malware. IP addresses are not typically used as legitimate web hosts.
When I do a lookup I see that the WBRS-score for this domain is -7.1.
Which is the recommended solution to make an exception for this domain so that the users can reach it? I still want to scan traffic for malware, I just want to allow this specific url even though it has a low score. Is it possible?
Thanks for the advice! To make a separate Access Policy and disable WBRS was the solution!
Or... The solution is of course not to allow traffic to that site and I have informed the customer that we should not use the whitelist-solution. However, sooner or late we end up in a situation where a url needs to be white-listed and now I know how to do that. :-)
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