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You get to decide what type of content is allowed in your network via our DNS-based content filtering service. You can easily block adult content, gambling, torrents, and many other categories.

Try CleanBrowsing today for your Business, School or home.

How do you filter content in your organization? Here are 4 different ways to filter content. A DNS-based approach is only one way, and while our preference, might not be yours..

DNS Database Repository Search

Search the DNS repository of IP addresses, domains, and their records.

*You can search for domains behind an IP address, or all sub domains for a specific domain. You can also do sub domain discovery, find domains behind a specific service and things like that.

CleanBrowsing Anycast Network is growing.

4 new additional cities added:

-New Orleans (USA)
-Phoenix (USA)
-Mexico City (MX)
-Stockholm (SE)

Making CleanBrowsing faster and more resilient to everyone (69 PoPs).

We put together a simple guide for network administrators tasked with thinking about content filtering for their school networks. A couple questions that are designed to force you to think deeply about your environment and needs.

-2m scanned websites contained outdated software which could potentially lead to an exploit.

-70k sites were infected with SEO spam, accounting for 39.59% of website infections.

-19k scanned websites contained malicious scripts or iframes from blacklisted domains.

-11% of infected sites were found to include scripts and iframes from blacklisted domains.

Pretty good report from Sucuri:

New Filter Alert:

We're happy to announce our new filter: "Academic Fraud". With kids going back to school, both schools and parents are looking for ways to combat the plethora of do-it for you online service (e.g., essays, homework).

Available in Beta to all paid plans.

Howdy! New video shows you how to manually configure your Windows device without software. Simply update the DNS, and you're off to the races..

Howdy! If you've been wondering what our platform looks like, now you can take a peak under behind the curtain. Short video gives you a quick orientation fo the platform:

If you are using CleanBrowsing, all these fake domains are blocked by default.

*Including the fake .gov sites that the same group is pushing.

US regulator FINRA warns of copycat phishing site:

We get a lot of questions about VPN's, specifically how to block them on your home network.

This guide shows you how to make your router work for you, and help stop Proxies & VPNs.

Does your current DNS provider gives you visibility on your DNS traffic?

This is the data for one of our small domains: dnsblacklist[.]org.

Interesting to see that Google is the #1 resolver for it.. or the traffic per hour.. or the full logs..

Try it out:

Multiple Brazilian sites (eg, are down due to what looks like a DNSSEC issue on

If you can't reach your favorite Brazilian sites, that's probably why.

New article: Introduction to Content Filtering. We take a minute to explore what it is, how it's used, and illustrate how organizations, and individuals, are using it within their own networks

CleanBrowsing is now in South Korea / Seoul.

We are now on 55 different datacenters all over the world - one of the fastest DNS anycast networks available.

Status page for details:

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