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How to block adult sites?

Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:28 pm

I want to block adult sites on my LAN so that no one can view any of rubbish sites.

how this will possible?
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:34 pm

how do you classify an adult site? if there is a questionable picture on a blog, is it an adult site? and if there are three such pictures, but in general it's about something else entirely?
No answer to your question? How to write posts
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:27 pm

i just want to block all adult (x) sites on my local area network.

so that no one can view any nude or adult sites.

i hope this time i m very clear.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:48 pm

Search the forums, the question pops up a lot.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:16 pm

if you use web proxy and want to block all site include sex word
just add this rule
/ip proxy access> add dst-host=:sex action=deny


and if u dont use web proxy u should add it to firewall (be careful it's not perfect way )
in this rule will drop all connection with sex word
/ip firewall filter> add chain=forward action=drop content=sex
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Wed May 05, 2010 12:10 am

For simple adult site blocking use OpenDNS (www.opendns.com), register on it, and set the preferences, your ip, what you want to block ?video, porn etc

then use dns server from OpenDNS , use mikrotik web proxy , and redirect all trafic port 80 to mikrotik web proxy
its simple.....

:)
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Sun May 09, 2010 4:40 am

We run a http://dansguardian.org/ server for a school. Reroute port 80 traffic to it via the web proxy server and bingo.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Sun May 09, 2010 11:06 am

I use opendns, but without proxy. Just made the free opendns account and entered this rule in NAT. This will send all DNS lookup's to the opendns server.

2 ;;; Open DNS
chain=dstnat action=dst-nat to-addresses=208.67.222.222 to-ports=53
protocol=udp src-address=192.168.0.0/24 dst-port=53
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Sun May 09, 2010 4:28 pm

if u know name of them try block them from ip>> dns
add name of site
address =any address same 163.121.128.210


if u don`t know or count them try opendns just go
opendns.com them do account in site
and use them dns in ur server
WARRNING if u have dyn ip u must search for script to send ur new ip to opendns service :D
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Sun May 23, 2010 11:24 pm

Sexual sites are totally blocked in some countries.

i m sure that they donot block millions and trillions sexual sites manully. they have do some configuration to automatically stop every sites which have that stuff.

i also need to block each and every site in network.

i really tried to block them one by one manually.


please experts i need ur urgent help.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Tue May 25, 2010 10:11 am

this script i also need.

Please Guide.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Wed May 26, 2010 12:14 am

If you need anything more advanced than the suggestions listed here, you will need to run a proxy server on a linux/windows computer and use a porn filter there. There are several companies out there that do the necessary manual labor required to attempt to filter porn sites. Remember that these porn filters are never 100% successful and will always have both false negatives and false positives.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Wed May 26, 2010 12:45 pm

i need solution in Mikrotik Platform. Please dont refer us to any other Operating systems.

Normis, fewi Please find this solution for us.

Thanks.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Wed May 26, 2010 7:39 pm

i need solution in Mikrotik Platform. Please dont refer us to any other Operating systems.

Normis, fewi Please find this solution for us.

Thanks.
Mikrotik solution:

Install mikrotik proxy in Australia and let their government filter for you :D (suggestion based on latest news, YMMV)

Second best solution would be, as suggested earlier, use OpenDNS, Scrubit etc.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Fri May 28, 2010 10:11 pm



please experts i need ur urgent help.
from my knowledge, expert never give free solution ;)

may you will try to hier one.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Sat May 29, 2010 12:16 am


from my knowledge, expert never give free solution ;)

may you will try to hier one.

i am using Mikrotik for more than a year

and i have a bulk of experience just due to the help of Experts without any charges or fees.

i hope this time i have a solution also as i had before.

still waiting for the reply from Experts Like Fewi & Normis.


Thanks.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Sat May 29, 2010 9:52 am

Ok, here the explicit statement: you aren't getting the solution you want because it does not exist. You cannot do this natively on Mikrotik without a lot of manual work, listing IP addresses and thousands of keywords. That process would also slow down the router to a crawl and would not work well. RouterOS is good at routing and filtering on layer 3 and 4, not so much at application inspection on a large scale.

Use a third party proxy, or rely on OpenDNS. Even on those doing it for free is going to require some work. There are free filter lists for Squid, for example, and there is a quasi community edition of Dan's Guardian. Most companies and large entities (governments etc.) use expensive, paid for systems.
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:00 pm

Hi

My ISP gives me only private IP, can i use open DNS with private IP?

thanks
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:18 pm

You can use free DNS that does not require public IP. Here is the one I am very happy with (Norton ConnectSafe):
Policy A — Security
This policy blocks all sites hosting malware, phishing sites, and scam sites. To choose Policy A, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses:
199.85.126.10
199.85.127.10


Policy B — Security + Pornography
In addition to blocking unsafe sites, this policy also blocks access to sites that contain sexually explicit material. To choose Policy B, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses:
199.85.126.20
199.85.127.20


Policy C — Security + Pornography + Non-Family Friendly
This policy is ideal for families with young children. In addition to blocking unsafe sites and pornography sites, this policy also blocks access to sites that feature mature content, abortion, alcohol, crime, cults, drugs, gambling, hate, sexual orientation, suicide, tobacco, or violence. To choose Policy C, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses
199.85.126.30
199.85.127.30


Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norton_ConnectSafe
https://dns.norton.com/configureRouter.html
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:21 pm

You can use free DNS that does not require public IP. Here is the one I am very happy with (Norton ConnectSafe):
Policy A — Security
This policy blocks all sites hosting malware, phishing sites, and scam sites. To choose Policy A, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses:
199.85.126.10
199.85.127.10


Policy B — Security + Pornography
In addition to blocking unsafe sites, this policy also blocks access to sites that contain sexually explicit material. To choose Policy B, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses:
199.85.126.20
199.85.127.20


Policy C — Security + Pornography + Non-Family Friendly
This policy is ideal for families with young children. In addition to blocking unsafe sites and pornography sites, this policy also blocks access to sites that feature mature content, abortion, alcohol, crime, cults, drugs, gambling, hate, sexual orientation, suicide, tobacco, or violence. To choose Policy C, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses
199.85.126.30
199.85.127.30


Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norton_ConnectSafe
https://dns.norton.com/configureRouter.html
thx for sharing
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Fri Jan 08, 2016 11:23 am

It tells the way to block adult sites:
http://www.wikihow.com/Block-Adult-Sites
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Mon May 23, 2016 4:28 am

Web proxy access list, porn domain blacklist.

http://www.squidblacklist.org/downloads ... orn.tar.gz
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Mon May 23, 2016 6:18 am

I would suggest to use OPENDNS, its free and works very well [99.99%] to block porn. you dont require static ip to block porn. here are there dns servers.
208.67.222.123
208.67.220.123
Make sure you redirect users dns request either to open dns or to your mikrotik where dns is configured to use opendns as its primary dns server.

in my company i am using it since few 3 years , I have static public ip and made account there, I can filter based on categories as well as showed below...

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Re: How to block adult sites?

Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:18 am

You can use free DNS that does not require public IP. Here is the one I am very happy with (Norton ConnectSafe):
Policy A — Security
This policy blocks all sites hosting malware, phishing sites, and scam sites. To choose Policy A, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses:
199.85.126.10
199.85.127.10


Policy B — Security + Pornography
In addition to blocking unsafe sites, this policy also blocks access to sites that contain sexually explicit material. To choose Policy B, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses:
199.85.126.20
199.85.127.20


Policy C — Security + Pornography + Non-Family Friendly
This policy is ideal for families with young children. In addition to blocking unsafe sites and pornography sites, this policy also blocks access to sites that feature mature content, abortion, alcohol, crime, cults, drugs, gambling, hate, sexual orientation, suicide, tobacco, or violence. To choose Policy C, use the following IP addresses as preferred and alternate DNS server addresses
199.85.126.30
199.85.127.30


Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norton_ConnectSafe
https://dns.norton.com/configureRouter.html

Thank you very much for this one :-)
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Fri Dec 23, 2016 7:06 pm

you have three options for achieving this,first using DNS like opendns or some other dns with web gui control,secnd nstalling ur own dns server and making firewall rules,third is to block them site by site
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Thu Feb 09, 2017 8:02 pm

Please, check if Norton DNS's are working properly for you, because at my location Norton ConnectSafe DNS is not filtering anymore. I've found it out accidentally few days ago and it is still not filtering today, so I guess it is not temporary. Now, I have changed my DNS to OpenDNS FamilyShield nameservers instead.:
208.67.222.123
208.67.220.123
https://www.opendns.com/setupguide/?url=familyshield

Just a warning....
 
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Re: How to block adult sites?

Fri Feb 16, 2018 11:40 am

Norton works fine only in normal setup of network but when Hotspot is configured, users can access again pornographic sites. try this and norton will not work with hotspot configured on it. Do you have any idea how to totally block XXX sites even in hotspot?
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