I am about to finish an evaluation with a customer.
He just shared with me a specfic requirement which would make him choose Palo Alto over competitors :
Gmail must be allowed, but it must be possible to capture the username used to login to gmail.
I have set up Outbound SSL Decryption, however i am struggling with Data Patterns :
Normal regex would be : /@gmail\.com$/i
However, Palo Alto seems to interpret Regex its own way so, according to the Admin Guide, the pattern should be : .*((@gmail.com)|(@Gmail.com)|(@GMAIL.COM))
When I try to save this pattern, I am told "Pattern is invalid. Pattern must be at least 7 bytes".
The "@gmail" keyword seems to be too small, whereas "@hotmail.com" just fits the requirements.
Could anyone give me a workaround ? Can I use another pattern ? Is there another way to get to the same results ?
I guess it must be possible to read the "HTTPS Put" traffic and find a string similar to : ...,username=XXX@gmail.com,... and to create a DLP rule based on this pattern.
Any kind of help would be welcome.
Beforehand, thank you
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