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2017/09/22 08:08:25 (permalink)
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Web filtering not showing entire URL

When looking at the Web Filter log on my 60D (5.6.0), I am seeing things like "video.twimg.com" and pbs.twimg.com". I want to see the entire URL of the video or picture being viewed. I was under the impression that web filtering monitor would give me this information. Any help would be much appreciated!
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Re: Web filtering not showing entire URL 2017/09/22 10:32:39 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby broncoman79 2017/09/22 11:10:01
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Hello broncoman79,
 
If you want to look at the full URL, you need to enable deep-inspection for the HTTPS sessions. You would have to import the SSL Certificate that you choose to use onto your environment. After enabling deep-inspection, you should see the URL as attached.
 
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Re: Web filtering not showing entire URL 2017/09/22 11:11:46 (permalink)
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Thanks for taking the time to answer!!!
 
I tried this yesterday, and imported the FG cert to my iphone, and a ton of apps complained about certificates. Do I just need to take the time to exempt all of those URLs from Deep-Inspection?
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Re: Web filtering not showing entire URL 2017/09/25 07:20:11 (permalink)
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Did you import the correct Certificates? If you did, most applications should not be complaining. You can do a quick test going to a HTTPS site like Wikipedia on a browser. If that works, you have done it correctly. Which also means those failed connections are likely caused by certificate-pinning by those apps. 
 
If browsing most HTTPS sites on a browser fail, you may have imported the wrong Certificate or some steps have not been done correctly.
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