Mikrotik RouterOS Malicious IP Blacklist – Firewall Import Script – Gratis

Happy New Year! @Mikrotik @RouterOS fans! We have published a malicious ip blacklist for free! Combined dshield and spamhaus malicious blacklists formatted for Mikrotik RouterOS .rsc import script to firewall address list, updated daily and formatted by our servers for Read More …

Domain Whitelist For Content Filtering Published

Our domain whitelist for content filtering purposes is now available for public access.   This whitelist does not contain any torrent or porn sites and should provide a good baseline  whitelist for general audiences.   It can be downloaded here. Read More …

Mikrotik RouterOS Blacklist Validation Testing & Compatibility Chart Update Posted.

We have retooled our backend logic which has had a dramatic impact on the size and contents of our blacklists, just another reason for us to retest the RouterBoards we have available to see which blacklists are able to run Read More …

Free blacklists suck , and heres why.

Squidblacklist.org – Blacklisting Has Evolved. Normally I would believe free is great, free as in, gratis. However, when it comes to the blacklists freely available online, specifically, blacklists tailored for consumption as an important and sometimes critical web filtering component used Read More …

Gaming Blacklist For Content Filtering

Gaming Blacklist.   So you want a blocklist to use to control access to gaming related websites and content? Maybe you need to prevent students or employees from accessing such content to keep productivity up. No problem, our gaming blacklist Read More …

New Blacklist Format – Mikrotik RouterOS DNS Blacklist

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the most recent port of our domain blacklists. This time its for Mikrotik RouterOS DNS. Simply put, they are blacklists converted to Mikrotik  import scripts that will add static dns entries Read More …

Web filtering with RouterOS web proxy leveraging domain blacklists – how to.

  Web filtering with a RouterOS enabled device leveraging domain blacklists from Squidblacklist.org is not difficult to achieve.  By simply converting our existing blacklists that we publish for other platforms, into a Mikrotik *.rsc script , we can then reliably Read More …