Issue with data pattern regex

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Issue with data pattern regex

L1 Bithead

I work for a school district, and am struggling with putting in place a data pattern regex that will block some common keywords related to pornography. Here is the format I am using (with the list being 'cleaned-up':


My list is longer than the example I've given here (meeting the 7-byte requirement), but it is not working consistently. Some keywords get blocked, but others do not. I am trying to block specific pornography-related terms on Google searches, etc., to supplement the URL filtering database. Any ideas?

I can attach the exact data pattern regex I am using if anyone wants to look at it, but it is of course NSFW.


L3 Networker

Hi Aaron, have you tried putting the values separately in the Custom Patterns object?

L3 Networker

Also, give the following doc a look:

Can you elaborate/explain?

Hi Aaron,

Can you please show us the all list and a screenshot if you can. BTW, can you confirm decryption is also turned on?


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