Does not block images
When searching porn, it may block the specific URL such as pornhub.com. But when you click on "Images" on the browser, it blocks nothing. Full photos for everybody to see.
Correct, a DNS service cannot recognize images, just domain names. What you falsely call URL is a domain name. If you don’t want to see images, you’ll need to block the domains where the images are hosted on if not already blocked by your settings.
Another non-OpenDNS solution is described here:
Thank you. My mistake, domain name, not URL. I'm not a tech person. Not sure how I feel about you using the word "falsely" here. What are you getting at? If you are a tech support, I'd expect a little more professionalism.
Also, how many thousands of domain names are there, and how many new ones are created every year? I don't know the answer, but me blocking every domain name manually doesn't seem like a feasible solution. The second solution with the link requires a more tech/internet savvy person than me. What a headache.
I revoke the word “falsely” and replace it by “in error”. I’m a user like you, so I do not need to be professional. I just say what and how I want to say it.
Well, these thousands of domains do not host porn images. I bet you did find only a handful of domains where you could find porn images and which are still not blocked by your current settings. No problem to add these few domains to your blocklist.
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