If you know exactly what you need to allow then you can be as specific as you can be and other than that if you need to deny everything then you can generalize. Now in your case class-map "URL_TO_PERMIT" you have match condition "/" which basically matches all other statments like /stripe/.*, /stripe-string/.*,/foobar/agent.*. Either you remove that or there is no use of other statements to put in along with "/" unless it is like test.com/ or foobar.com/ or stripe.com/ etc.
Also, you want 200 server response to be allowed but in match condition you have mentioned "request range". Please change that as well.
/ will match anything after / in url i.e the path. For example, / will match test.com/test as well as test.com/notest. But it will not match test.com and abc.com. If you want a wildcard to block everything then something like .* can be used.But this will match everything.
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