I don't even know if this is possible, but after spending far too much time playing around with different switches, I thought I would check here before I went in a different direction.
We are using Blue Coat proxy servers, and also the Blue Coat Web Filter (BCWF) product so that we can block certain categories. What I need to do is take long lists of URL's (around 1000 per list) and find out how they are categorized by BCWF. There are a number of ways to do this, but all that I know of are manual.
The one way I thought it may be able to be automated is to use wget in a script, but regardless of how I tweak the wget switches, I cannot get the correct response back, but instead get the response of Unknown/unsupported protocol. The most recent version of what I have been trying (with no luck) is:
wget --proxy-user=user --proxy-passwd=user -S htttps://<ip_address>:8082
If this was working correctly, I should see the category returned by the query, which is Shopping. Instead though, I just get the Unknown/unsupported protocol response.
Does anyone know if this can be done, and spot where I've gone off the path?
I would greatly appreciate any and all help with this.