DNS providers such as OpenDNS offer predefined categories of websites that can be blocked, such as "Pornography," "Academic Fraud" and "P2P File Sharing".
Additionally, users can configure DDNS (Dynamic DNS) in their router to block websites.
DNSSEC is a security measure used to protect websites from malicious attacks, which can be enabled by adding specific resource records to the DNS or signing zone and publishing them for the domain.
Create an account with a DNS provider that offers free Web filtering, such as OpenDNS . Log in to your account and enter specific URLs you want to block, or choose from predefined categories of websites that the DNS provider maintains, such as "Pornography," "Academic Fraud" and "P2P File Sharing.
How to Use DNS to Block Websites | Techwalla
This article provides a comprehensive guide on how to block websites from a router or using DNS, as well as other solutions such as using a parental control or a firewall. It explains how to block websites on a router, as well as how to use a DNS service such as OpenDNS to filter out or block specific sites. Additionally, it provides tips on how to protect your home network from malicious content and viruses.
Block Websites From Your Router or Using DNS - Help Desk Geek
DNSSEC is a security measure used to protect websites from malicious attacks. It involves adding specific resource records to the DNS or signing zone and publishing them for the domain. Google Domains automatically signs the DNS zone and publishes Delegation Signer (DS) records within 2 hours, while users can also use Dynamic DNS to manage their DNS zone.
Set up DNSSEC & DNS security - Google Domains Help
Login to your router via the default gateway address.
Enter your router credentials into the login page.
Next, locate the Dynamic DNS (DDNS) settings. Typically this will be under Advanced and then DDNS or Dynamic DNS.
On the DDNS page, select No-IP as the service provider. Enter your No-IP username and password. Then enter the hostname or domain you have created in the host or domain field.
How to Configure DDNS (Dynamic DNS) in a Router - No-IP