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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, they are a basic tool...

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Racism Blacklist For Content Filtering

Racism blacklist   Due to demand for such a list from both current and future Squidblacklist.org subscribers we have published a plain text domain blacklist of racist websites.  This is a blacklist containing only websites hosting racist content for web filtering and/or content filtering purposes. ...

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Blasphemy Blacklist For Content Filtering

Blasphemy Blacklist. Our blasphemy blacklist contains over 23,000+ blasphemous domain names. It was published in response to demand from our subscribers for such a list. Many of whom are representatives of faith based organizations who use content control solutions to protect their respective networks from...

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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 contains over 165,000+ gaming domain...

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MXToolBox – A New Partner

We have been working with and listed on MXToolbox.com for a couple months now and I am pleased to report that the feedback we have been receiving from network operators using both the MXToolBox service as well as Squidblacklist.org member services, has enabled us to...

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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 (if using Fedora Beta 21),...

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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 filter web traffic using a...