HTTP address management
In this section you can define lists of addresses that will be blocked, allowed, or excluded from scanning. These three list are by default available in the Lists drop-down menu.
Clickto create custom HTTP lists.
Allow access only to HTTP addresses in the list of allowed addresses
If enabled, this option automatically blocks all addresses that are not included in the list of allowed addresses.
Select this option to apply the current list (so that the included addresses are allowed, blocked, or excluded from scanning – depending on the type of the list).
Notify when applying address from the list
If this option is enabled and the user visits a website present in an active list, a notification window will be displayed.
Allows you to add an address to the list, either manually (Add), or from a simple text file (From file). The From file option enables you to add multiple email addresses which are saved in a text file.
Enables you to manually edit addresses – e.g. by adding a mask (“*” and “?”).
Click Remove to delete the selected address from the list. To delete all addresses, select Remove all.
This option enables you to save addresses from the current list to a simple text file.
In all lists, the special symbols * (asterisk) and ? (question mark) can be used. The asterisk substitutes any character string, and the question mark substitutes any symbol. Particular care should be taken when specifying excluded addresses, because the list should only contain trusted and safe addresses. Similarly, it is necessary to ensure that the symbols * and ? are used correctly in this list.