BLACKLIST Blog

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Updates and Changes to Mikrotik RouterOS Blacklists

There have been some changes in the latest version of Mikrotik RouterOS, which meant we really had no choice but to make some minor changes, otherwise the old format simply would fail to work when you tried to load them into a current version of...

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Blacklist Processing – Automated Domain Addition & Removal – A.D.A.R. System – Delay Pool Recheck Function

A little peek at some of whats going on behind the scenes. One of the things that we do when we process the data that we publish, is to add domains, but also to remove unwanted, or delisted domains that match a certain criteria. But...

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New Option Available for Urlblacklist/Shallalist Compatible Platforms!

We heard you loud and clear, you wanted our enhanced blacklists in a similar archive/file structure as shallalist & urlblacklist for your web filtering platform, so we finally did it! Available now to all squidblacklist.org members is the new “Universal Archive Structure Format” for any...

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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 content filtering at an educational...

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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 had reached end of life...

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Study – Web Filtering in Schools

AASL Executive Summary The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) conducted its national longitudinal survey, School Libraries Count!, between January 24 and March 4, 2012. The annual survey collected data on filtering in schools. Participants answered 14 questions ranging from whether or not their schools...