You can create a list of sites that you want to exclude from HTTPS Inspection. For example, you might need to ensure that SSL connections to sites holding personal or sensitive information are not intercepted to comply with regulations concerning data privacy in your country.You can continue to update this list after you have activated HTTPS Inspection.
When you exclude a site from HTTPS Inspection, SSL encrypted web traffic for the site does not pass through our infrastructure. Non-encrypted web traffic for the site continues to pass through our infrastructure.
To exclude a site from HTTPS Inspection
Select Services > Web Security Services > HTTPS.
In the Ignore SSL encryted web traffic - by website or IP address section, click New.
The Add Website/IP Address dialog is displayed.
Complete the Website/IP address and Description fields. Note the following:
You can add the site as a web address or as an IP address
You do not need to add https:// to the start of the web address or IP address.
You can use the asterisk (*) wildcard in the web address.
For example, type *.example.com to specify all the sites for the example.com domain. The wildcard must appear before the domain name and you can use only one wildcard in the address.
Click Add to save the entry to the list.
The maximum number of sites that you can add to this list is 1000.
To activate the site set the ON/OFF switch in the Active column to ON.
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