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Had not heard of this. Looks like my parents and inlaws will be guinnea pigs for this shortly.



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Seems like a no brainer for home use to me.


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Looks promising.  Be interested to see how comprehensive the filtering is.


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This is something I will have to look into. Thanks for that. If it is better than Open DNS, That would be great.

I wish I had an easy to compare this with quad9 or OpenDNS Malware blocking


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Intriguing for many families


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I have been using and recommending CleanBrowsing.org’s DNS for about a year and it works well. I’ll give these a shot and see what happens.

Gregg


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I just tried the 1.1.1.3 (Malware and adult content) on my PC and was easily able to view “adult content”.

Was going to implement on our home router, but it needs to actually work first.


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I just tried the 1.1.1.3 (Malware and adult content) on my PC and was easily able to view “adult content”.

Was going to implement on our home router, but it needs to actually work first.

Did you clear your cache? …

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Worked for me when i tested it. Last known issue was with some youtube videos not being able to play (they weren’t mature videos)


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Did “ipconfig /flushdns” and was still able to view videos from adult sites.


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I’ll have to check this out. Time to see if my Ubiquity Network can handle different DNS providers for different networks/users!


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The “malware only” one looks pretty interesting. Not sure the best way to test that one though lol


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I setup the malware blocking DNS on my laptop. Every other device should be getting OpenDNS servers, occasionally there are one or sites I want to explicitly block or allow, so I like to continue to use that feature. So far it has been good. Been thinking about using the malware and adult content for the whole house but I like the ability to selectively allow or block sites.


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Since the blog indicates that this is “the second largest public DNS resolver in the world behind only Google” I am also surprised that I had not heard of Cloudflare.  A pro is it seems very responsive to the requests for more protection and more filtering of unsuitable material for children.


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I’ve been using CF 1.1.1.1 for years. I was just curious if anyone was using the newly available ones.


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I’ve used 1.1.1.1 for over a year, but I’m surprised they would use a different IP 1.1.1.2 for no malware instead of that just being a feature of 1.1.1.1 ?

No advertising like a Pi-Hole should be 1.1.1.2.  No advertising or adult content should be 1.1.1.3.

I guess 1.1.1.1 is for people who

WANT MALWARE

?

Maybe they can just have a set of bits to flip on and off so you can choose your filtering.  You could choose 1.1.1.24 if you wanted no politics or racism, but were OK with advertising and porn.

1.1.1.X where X is:

(1) = 0000 0001 – Regular DNS

(2) = 0000 0010- No advertising

(4) = 0000 0100 – No adult content

(8) = 0000 1000 – No politics

(16) = 0001 0000 – No racism

(32) = 0010 0000 – No sexism

(64) = 0100 0000 – No violence

(128) =  1000 0000 – No social media

…and just for fun:

(0) = 0000 0000 – RickRoll all DNS requests


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“And it includes the same strong privacy guarantees that we committed to when we launched 1.1.1.1 two years ago.”

However, it’s still a free service and somewhere it makes me feel like the ones that use it are the product. Like it always is in the end with “free” services.


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Some smart people should grab the current top ten popular sites in a couple of obvious catagories  (pulled from lists available on line) and run DNS queries against the half a dozen big names in DNS filtering and see what they get.

Shouldn’t be too hard to script something up.


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Sumber: https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2270698-cloudflare-1-1-1-2-1-1-1-3

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