Edit Package named-ad-blocker

Configures named response policy zone to block DNS requests to ad-serving sites


named-ad-blocker configures named(8) to block DNS requests for ad-serving websites.

After installation, named(8) will respond with "unknown domain" to any request for a domain on a configurable list of domains that are known to primarily serve website advertisements. By configuring named(8) as the DNS server for you network, you can enjoy a more ad-free web browsing experience.

named-ad-blocker relies on the response policy zone support in named(8).

The list of domain names to block is automatically updated regularly on a weekly basis, or at any time via /usr/lib/named-ad-blocker/named-ad-blocker-update.

The URL for the blacklist is configured in /etc/sysconfig/named.

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_service 0000000752 752 Bytes over 3 years
named-ad-blocker.changes 0000000509 509 Bytes over 3 years
named-ad-blocker.spec 0000005035 4.92 KB over 3 years
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