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Old 02-03-2018, 05:44 PM   #11
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It sure is a pain to install AdBlock on every device, etc. so I just do it at point of entry.

I use a Router- Asus - that runs Open Source firmware- Tomato. I setup the router to download a few fresh blacklists daily and block those from all the devices on the local network.

Tomato will take a $80 router and turn it into a $600 one, provided you know what you are up to.

Here are a bunch you can use:

https://zeltser.com/malicious-ip-blocklists/

Several organizations maintain and publish blocklists (a.k.a blacklists) of IP addresses and URLs of systems and networks suspected in malicious activities on-line. Many of these lists are available for free; some have usage restrictions:

Artists Against 419: Free; lists fraudulent websites
ATLAS from Arbor Networks: Free; registration required by contacting Arbor
Blackweb Project: Free; optimized for Squid
CLEAN-MX Realtime Database: Free; XML output available
CriticalStack Intel Marketplace: Free; registration required; optimized for Bro
Certly Guard: Free tier available; registration required; query database via API
CYMRU Bogon List: Free
DShield Blocklist: Free
FireHOL IP Lists: Free; combines several blacklists from other sources
Google Safe Browsing API: Free; programmatic access; restrictions apply
hpHosts File: Free; limited automation on request
Malc0de Database: Free
Malware Domain Blocklist: Free for non-commercial use
MalwareDomainList.com Hosts List: Free
Malware Patrolís Malware Block Lists: Free for non-commercial use
MalwareURL List: Commercial service; free licensing options may be available
OpenPhish: Phishing sites; free for non-commercial use
PhishTank Phish Archive: Free; query database via API
Project Honey Potís Directory of Malicious IPs: Free; registration required to view more than 25 IPs
Risk Discovery: Free programmatic access, based on HoneyPy data
Scumware.org: Free
Shadowserver IP and URL Reports: Free; registration and approval required
Squidblacklist.org: Paid and free options available
VoIP Blacklist: Free; specific to VoIP abusers
ZeuS Tracker Blocklist and URLs: Free

www.blocklist.de -- Fail2Ban-Reporting Service (we sent Reports from Attacks on Postfix, SSH, Apache-Attacks, Spambots, irc-Bots, Reg-Bots, DDos and more) from Fail2Ban via X-ARF. Free
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Old 02-03-2018, 09:34 PM   #12
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I read this forum on Tapatalk app on my iPhone and iPad Pro. Never any issues and way easier to upload photos. I am actually on my laptop right now, but besides the annoying ads to the right, nothing pops up.
And yes, I have had ads come up after discussing something in my home. It freaks me out, but what to do?
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