The supported presets for the redaction processor.
public enum Type : int
Liberally catches credit card numbers with a number beginning with 1-6, and must be 13 to 19 digits long.
Matches date formats such as mm/dd/yyyy, mm/dd/yy, dd/mm/yyyy, and dd/mm/yy. It will reject any days/months
greater than 31 and will match if a leading zero is or is not used for a single digit day or month. The
delimiter can either be
Matches an email address with the format of firstname.lastname@example.org where xyz can be any alpha numeric character or a
Matches International style phone numbers with a prefix of
Matches an IPV4 address limited to number ranges of 0-255 with an optional mask.
Matches full and compressed IPv6 addresses as defined in RFC 2373.
Matches a MAC address with delimiters of either
Matches a NANP (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Numbering_Plan) style phone number. In general
this will match US, Canadian and various other Caribbean countries. The pattern will also match an optional
international prefix of
Matches a US social security number (SSN). The format of the number should be either XXX-XX-XXXX or XXXXXXXXX with X denoting [0-9]. We expect the number to have word boundaries on either side, or to be the start/end of the string.
Matches time formats such as 00:00:00, 00:00, 00:00 PM. 12 and 24 hour formats are allowed. Seconds and 12 hour AM/PM denotation are both optional.
Matches a URL with a prefix of http|https|www with an optional subdomain.
Matches a USA style Zip Code. The format expected is 00000 or 00000-0000, where the delimiter can either be
Matches US and ISO 3779 standard VINs. The format expects 17 characters with the last 5 characters being