I'm new, so please take it easy.
I know this has been canvassed to death over the years on OpenDNS forums, but I have found no recent discussion on the subject.
I want to be able to block all Google search sites, without having to list and maintain every TLD they prefix "google" to. For example, I'd like to be able to enter "google.*" into my always block list, then allow certain Google domains (e.g. translate.google.com). I've already got explicit blocking on google.com, google.ca, etc., but the list is too extensive to reasonably maintain. I'm allowing translate.google.com through and it all seems to work and I have not noticed any performance issues.
For those people that are wondering why, it's because Google do not support blocking porn from their search results, but Bing do (via explicit.bing.com). I am blocking access to all Google search sites in favour of Bing for this reason.
If you'd like to suggest installing other software on computers, that is not feasible because of the number of devices accessing the Internet through my network (tablets, computers, TV's, etc.).
Any help or suggestions welcome, thanks in advance.
EDIT: Please see the document attached to this original post (below) for a summary solution from this thread.
Use Wildcard to Limit TLD (and block Google search images).pdf
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