Add wildcard (*) to Firewall Rules

Hey everyone!

When I try create a firewall rule that contains a wildcard (*), it just gets ignored.

What I’m trying to do here is limit access from a URL /offlimits/* so people can not access anything on top of /offlimits/


Why not use the “contains” match for URI Full? If URI Full contains

That could work, but is there no way to add a wildcard to the url?

Regex can be used on business and enterprise plan zones, which includes a wildcard operator.

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It would be really helpful to block wide variety of requests. Wildcards really solve many problems.

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