I am trying to setup a custom application to match based on URL request which contains:
This is the only consistent 7 byte string in the URL. This works fine unless the request contains a preceeding '?' in the URL.
For example the following URL would not match
While this URL would match:
I am assuming this is because we are hitting the ? and stopping there. How would I write this pattern so that if there is a preceeding ? anywhere in the URL, it is ignored or treated as a literal '?'.
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Good morning, jpeters.
As abjain stated, http-req-uri-path and http-req-params contain some distinctions that will help you match in this case.
See page 24 on this document: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Documentation-Articles/Creating-Custom-Threat-Signatures/ta-p/5...
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