Shouldn't the ip logging process have the whole stream, or at least all relevant parts that match the regex?
Let's assume it doesn't, and I'm missing the first regex match. I'm just trying to understand how these particular regex's work. They will match query params and anywhere in the HTTP message-body (for an HTTP post for example). The order does matter, but for example a file upload of a text file with the following contents will trigger(i've tested and it does):
long term health insurance
The quick brown fox jumped over the fence
I just want to make sure that is that the expected behavior?
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