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/bin/gtar -c -f - -X /home/{USER}/cpbackup-exclude.conf -X /etc/cpbackup-exclude.conf .

How can I white list these strings?

I've tried stuff like:

pcmd: /bin/gtar -c -f - -X /home/*

and still reports them. I don't want to whitelist the execu since i want to know when its used for something else.

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