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Blocking .gzip file types in AV, causes web pages with css.gzip or js.gzip to fail loading properly

Here is an example URL, where if you enable blocking specific file types in AV and select gzip, gz,tar.gz,tgz, the page doesn't load properly, because a large number of css.gzip and js.gzip files get blocked.

https://www.dummies.com/business/accounting/auditing/take-a-look-at-your-companys-liquidity-risk/

 

Is our only option to change these file types to deep scan in AV, or is there a way to bypass css.gzip and js.gzip otherwise?

We don't have DLP or Threat emulation enabled. I was hoping to bypass by file extension, but can't see how.

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Trying to duplicate what you are getting unsuccessfully...R80.40, https inspection on, and switched the AV setting but page loads fine...are they not loading or are you getting block pages?

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HTTPSs inspection is on for us. We are on 80.30. 

You should see a large number of 307 redirects in Developer tools on your browser like below:

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 The page loads like this:

 

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And our config:

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Out of interest how is the following currently set for the environment?

Inspection settings > GZIP enforcement > Advanced

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Same as what you showed:

 

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