what do people search ?

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L6 Presenter

what do people search ?

Hi,

Is there a way to track especially google searches from url filtering ?

From url filtering logs it cannot be seen the same url as a person visit when searches for a word.

we need search stats


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L5 Sessionator

PA does not  a feature to report  Search Keywords based on URLs .

You can consult your SE to discuss the options for filing a Feature Request.

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L5 Sessionator

PA does not  a feature to report  Search Keywords based on URLs .

You can consult your SE to discuss the options for filing a Feature Request.

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L4 Transporter

From URL filtering you can check to see if certain queries were made with something like ( url contains '=Kalashnikov' ). But I can't quite gather what information you are trying to get.

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L6 Presenter

we look exactly what you wrote but that does not come with url logs.Search google for a word 10 times.Only 1 log we found a word has been searched.

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L5 Sessionator

1 log might be due to log suppression can you please verify the count against it.the following doc might help:-https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/docs/DOC-4686

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L4 Transporter

Sorry, I was using yahoo.com. Google must scramble the search somehow. Also, if you are signed in to google, you are always forced to HTTPS. I can't see any queries when I use Google. If I use any other search site I can find the search string in the URL.

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L5 Sessionator

Currently i do not believe PA firewall logs the searches done by the users.

However in the categories it will just show up as search-engines.

Moreover in the url filtering if you are looking for a specific search you can search based on the filter contains google and search engines

example

( url contains 'google' ) and ( category eq search-engines )

The above might not give you exactly what you are looking for, however it might narrow down your search.

However if this is something that is useful in your environment you can request a feature with your local Sales Engineer.

Hope this helps.

Thanks

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