A simple-to-use network-wide ad- and tracking blocking system. Set up something like a single-board computer (a spare RasPi or old laptop is fine), run the script, and it converts it into a DNS-level adblocking system. Then configure your local router to use it as its upstream DNS instead of your ISP. Has an easy to use and interpret dashboard. Also has a REST API but I haven't experimented with it yet.
A large list of links to various ad-, sketchy-, spam-, and tracking blocklists in /etc/hosts format. Suitable for use with Pi-hole adblocking.
The Ultimate Nginx Bad Bot, User-Agent, Spam Referrer Blocker, Adware, Malware and Ransomware Blocker, Clickjacking Blocker, Click Re-Directing Blocker, SEO Companies and Bad IP Blocker with Anti DDOS System, Nginx Rate Limiting and Wordpress Theme Detector Blocking. Stop and Block all kinds of bad internet traffic even Fake Googlebots from ever reaching your web sites.
Aircraft owners or designated representative may request limiting aircraft data displayed (formally referred to as blocking) or unblocking of flight tracking data. Limiting aircraft data from the FAA data systems will limit flight tracking information transmitted over the Internet. “Unblocking” will ensure aircraft flight data will be included in the FAA data feed utilized by internet flight tracking vendors.
Blocky is a DNS proxy for the local network written in Go with following features:
Blocking of DNS queries with external lists (Ad-block) with whitelisting
Definition of black and white lists per client group (Kids, Smart home devices etc) -> for example: you can block some domains for you Kids and allow your network camera only domains from a whitelist
periodical reload of external black and white lists
blocking of request domain, response CNAME (deep CNAME inspection) and response IP addresses (against IP lists)
Caching of DNS answers for queries -> improves DNS resolution speed and reduces amount of external DNS queries
Custom DNS resolution for certain domain names
Serves DNS over UDP, TCP and HTTPS (DNS over HTTPS, aka DoH)
Supports UDP, TCP and TCP over TLS DNS resolvers with DNSSEC support
Supports DNS over HTTPS (DoH) resolvers
This repository contains a blacklist.txt of XMPP domains that are used by spammers and do not react to abuse complaints. Servers are added and removed according to the following rules. The track record leading to addition or removal is documented in the respective git commit.
How to configure nginx to block certain user agents from accessing a site.