[Rspamd-Users] redirectors list customization

Bressier Simon bressier.s at gmail.com
Fri Oct 23 13:38:28 UTC 2020

To handle wilcards, I've modified a bit
*to replace get_host() by get_tld() on the lines checking entries on the
map, I guess it will do the job, but maybe it could be good to allow an
option to define that behavior ?
so, instead of checking if *r.sub.domain.com <http://r.sub.domain.com>* is
listed on the redirector map, it will check if *domain.com
<http://domain.com>* is listed

Le ven. 23 oct. 2020 à 11:06, Bressier Simon <bressier.s at gmail.com> a
écrit :

> Hello folks,
> I'm very new to that list, so, please forgive me if the question has been
> already discussed here in the past :)
> I'm trying to implement the redirectors module, to properly RBL scan urls
> hidden behind redirectors.
> I've tried using the doc provided here
> https://rspamd.com/doc/modules/url_redirector.html
> and almost the same conf as described, it is working fine on usual
> redirectors services such as bit.ly for example, so, redirector domains
> already listed on the default rspamd list.
> What I'd like would be to customize that list by inserting more custom
> domains, used internally to provide redirections to our own customers, to
> validate they are not sending bad content hidden behind our shared
> redirector domain.
> So, I'm creating a *${LOCAL_CONFDIR}/local.d/maps.d/redirectors.inc* file
> and inserting my custom domain inside, that file is properly loaded as per
> the :
> 2020-10-23 08:23:58 #12876(controller) <48y7dd>; map;
>> rspamd_map_file_read_callback: rereading map file
>> /etc/rspamd/local.d/maps.d/redirectors.inc
> But rspamd do not identify that domain as a redirector, and do not insert
> a MY_REDIRECTOR_SYMBOL on the symbols, nor RBL scan the urls behind that
> redir domain.
> Is there any extra task to perform to have extra domains used as
> redirectors ?
> Second question would be, is it possible to put wilcards on redirector
> domains ? To handle any subdomain as a redirector as well.
> Thank you very much in advance !
> Best,
> Simon

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