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To block access to a website for everyone on your network simply put the domain portion of the site into your blacklist.

How to block access to a website:

Let's say you want to block access to http://www.somesite.com:



1) Simply enter 'somesite.com' and click Add, then Save Filters. In 5-10 minutes the site will be blocked.

TIP: Wildcards are accepted. Example: entering cars.com will block the website www.cars.com, however some websites use multiple sub-domains, like buy.cars.com. To ensure all domains at cars.com are blocked, enter cars.com and *.cars.com into your blacklist.

TIP: Some of the larger websites use multiple domains, hidden behind the primary domain, to host their websites. Let's say you wanted to block Yahoo.com - you would need to enter b.yahoo.com, *.b.yahoo.com, yahoo.com, *.yahoo.com into your blacklist. You find the hidden domains by using ping (ping yahoo.com, ping www.yahoo.com).

NOTE: The following websites cannot be blocked here: Google.com, Bing.com, Ask.com, eBay.com, Backpage.com, Info.com, Wow.com, Kidsrex.com, YouTube.com, because they are already being filitered (SafeSearch enforced) so they must be blocked at the router level. All routers offer a simple domain blocking / parental control option. This is where you can block these sites, or if you have a Kibosh Router use Domain Blocking.




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