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#1 scotty_ncc1701

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 08:57 AM

I've received several requests for the list of sites/pages that I've blocked manually on our (my wife and I) systems.  Here are the current sites.

The list is comprised of:
1.  Some sites are known malware, virus, advertising sites, etc (known or reported);
2.  Some are just sites or pages I just want blocked.

(*) = I just want them blocked.

204.11.56.26
88.214.193.54
adopt-media.com
annierockstar.com
cdn.adopt-media.com
go.trafficstop.com
headandheartllamas.com
lopesoft.com
maxrevinstaller.com
newbuzzer.com
pcrisk.com
pspad.com
tehqk9kl.sitta.cc
windowpar.com
workexaminer.com
zscaler.com
zulu.zscaler.com

2mdn.net
2o7.org
5min.com
aarp.org/espanol (*)
aarpinternational.org (*)
aarpmedia.org (*)
aarpworksearch.org (*)
acxiom-online.com
addthis.com
addthisedge.com
admin.brightcove.com
adnxs.com
advertise.aarp.org (*)
advertising.com
akamai.net
akamaiedge.net
akamaihd.net
alexa.com
altfarm.mediaplex.com
apis.google.com
appsec.aarp.org
assets.pinterest.com
atdmt.com
betrad.com
bizinformation.org
blog.aarp.org (*)
bluekai.com
bookstore.aarp.org (*)
bridgetrack.com
brightcove.com
brilig.com
collective-media.net
compete.com
connect.facebook.net
createthegood.org (*)
dating.aarp.org (*)
discounts.aarp.org (*)
dotsub.com
doubleclick.net
doughnuthole.aarp.org (*)
dpm.demdex.net
drivetoendhunger.org
earnedasay.org
ebookbrowse.com
ensighten.com
everybodynames.org
everydaysavingscenter.com
experiencecorps.org
facebook.com/AARP (*)
facebook.com/plugins/like.php (*)
fastclick.net
flashtalking.com
games.aarp.org (*)
giftplanning.aarp.org (*)
google-analytics.com
googleadservices.com
googlesyndication.com
img-cdn.mediaplex.com
img.mediaplex.com
imrworldwide.com
jobs.aarp.org (*)
leonardsokearthzwna.biz
lifereimagined.aarp.org (*)
lifetuner.org
llnwd.net
mathtag.com
media6degrees.com
metrics.aarp.org (*)
mookie1.com
newsstand.aarp.org (*)
nexac.com
nexus.ensighten.com
ocsp.digicert.com
ocsp.entrust.net
ocsp.godaddy.com
ocsp.netsolssl.com
ocsp.thawte.com
ocsp.usertrust.com
ocsp.verisign.com
omtrdc.net
openx.net
outbrain.com
p.acxiom-online.com
parsely.com
pinterest.com
platform.twitter.com
poll.fm
polldaddy.com
quantcast.com
quantserve.com
rfihub.com
scanscout.com
scorecardresearch.com
smetrics.aarp.org (*)
static.polldaddy.com
tweetmeme.com (*)
twitter.com/AARP (*)
urltrends.com
webutations.net
workreimagined.aarp.org
yieldmanager.com
youtube.com/AARP (*)

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#2 Kilroy

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 11:59 AM

A white list is always better than a black list.  Also known as allowing what you need and blocking everything else.  Adding to a black list means you need to know about it.  Using a while list you block all unknowns.  I use No Script for Firefox and block everything and then allow what I need, when I need it.  User education is more protection than anything that can be implemented via hardware or software.



#3 scotty_ncc1701

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 02:03 PM

I use NoScript also, along with other add-ons in Firefox.  Remember that I have multiple levels of security, both browser based and others.  This blocked list is just another level of security I use.  Frankly I hate the "trusted vendors" list in firewalls, etc.  No one is going to tell me what software companies, etc I should trust.

Remember, I'm 19 years free of computer viruses, malware, etc, because I ALWAYS presume the worst on all software and sites, until proven differently.

Have a great day!
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Posted 23 January 2016 - 08:29 PM

Can you tell me how you block these sites.

I keep getting a screen in the lower right corner that pops up from Malwarebytes refering to web exclusions. 
in it is a web address:  oscp.digicent.com. 


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SpywareBlaster automatically adds a list of sites and domains associated with known spyware, advertisers and marketers to the browser's "Restricted Sites Zone".
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