New Blacklist: A List of Terrorist & Extremist Domains.

We have been working to compile the initial release of a new blacklist, which we have now released in the members area of Squidblacklist.org. Available for immediate download, our new and unique “Terrorism and Extremism” Domain Blacklist. Available now for Read More …

Music website/domain blacklist for content filtering published.

We have had a video, and an image blacklist for a while now, so it only seemed right to include a music blacklist. This became clear as it was requested by one of our current members who is responsible for Read More …

Case Study – Web Filtering & Blacklist Quality Put To The Test.

Web filtering is an important consideration for any enterprise – it is one of the best-known and most efficient front line defenses against hacker attacks and malicious software. One of Squidblacklist.org customers was using a solution from another vendor which 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 …

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 …

Survey finds the largest single group of malicious domains, about one-third of the total, fall under the .biz TLD.

  Domains and domain names are fundamental to the operation of the Internet. They provide a hierarchy of unique identifiers that guide traffic across the Web and identify websites, servers and other resources. However, in the form of malicious domains, Read More …

Chanology Blacklist For Content Filtering

Chanology  Blacklist Due to demand for such a blacklist, we have published a plain text blacklist containing domain names of ‘anonymous’ or ‘chanology ‘  image board websites. A need for this blacklist has arisen due to the offensive nature of Read More …

HowTo: Using Domain Blacklists with PfSense & Squid Proxy for easy Content Filtering.

In the following blog entry we will be describing how to use Squid proxy Native ACL Blacklists from Squidblacklist.org in combination with Squid3x and PFsense Release 2.2.2. Step 1. Install Requisite Packages into Pfsense. 1. Install Squid3 2 Install Cron Read More …

squidclamav http+https web filtering also utilizing squidblacklist.org acls

Installation of Squid, C-icap, Squidclamav, Clamav, Squidblacklist’s and Squid for web filtering on a GNU/Linux router.   This is not one big file as the continuous commenting would imply. you may need other -devel packages from yum. Prerequisites: Squid source 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 …