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Whitelist a URI in dotDefender

May 22, 2012 by Alpha2
hi..
I  want the admin portion of  my site whitelisted, to prevent false positives with dotDefender. Can someone help me do this please? Appreciate any help
Thanks

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May 22, 2012 by FixHost
hi

To add a Whitelist rule to allow requests from a specific URI:
1.Open the dotDefender Administration Console.
2.Expand the required Profile.
3.Expand Patterns > Whitelist
4.Select User Defined.
5.In the right pane, click Add New Rule and give the rule a name.
6.In the Rule Type window, select Search in custom fields of HTTP requests and click Next.
7.From the Standard HTTP request fields drop-down select REQUEST_URI and click Next.
8.Enter the URI pattern to search. (http://HOST/URI)
9.Select the appropriate action (block/allow) and click Next.
10.Choose to apply this to all pages or a specific URI and click Next then Finish.
11.Click the GREEN arrow on the top menu for the settings to take effect.