URL Bypass List

There are some websites that may break when proxied that you still want people within your organization to be able to use. Just let dope.swg know which ones. The domain bypass list allows you to ensure these websites will still work for your users.

Default URL Bypass List

At dope.security we always put customer experience first. That’s why we have created a list of URLs that we know will break when proxied. The URLs in our default bypass list will automatically be bypassed in all of your policies. You can review the list by selecting the default tab in the URL Bypass section.

If there is any URL in the list that you do not want to include in the bypass list then select the dropdown from the traffic column and select “Do Not Bypass.”

dope.security will continue to add to the default bypass list when we find common URLs that need to be bypassed.

Custom Bypass List

There maybe other URLs that you discover that you want to bypass. These can be added to your own custom bypass list.

The final step to complete the addition of the domain bypass is to save the policy.

URL Bypass Rules

As this list skips SSL decryption, any subdomain is ignored.

Wild cards (*) can be used. Using wild cards lets you increase the number of domains impacted by a restriction level.

For example “www.google.com” would mean “drive.google.com” would not be bypassed, but using a wild card *.google.com would mean Google Drive and Google Calendar would both be bypassed.

The dope.console helps with wildcards — if “www” is not placed before the domain, then (*) will automatically be added.

Any duplicate URLs in the bypass list will just be ignored. You cannot edit the bypass domains list. You need to delete and add them again.

Each policy has its own domain bypass list. The base policy bypass list will be inherited by any other policy created. You can simply add new specific domains required to any new policy created.

Delete URL

Change your mind? You can remove any domain or URL from this list whenever you want. Simply select the domain or URL you want to delete and from the right hand panel select the Delete option

After you have deleted the domain or URL the policy will need to be saved. This is done by selecting the save button in the bottom right panel in the console.

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