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DNS filtering, also known as DNS blocking, is a security method that prevents users from accessing potentially harmful or unwanted domains or IP addresses. This is done by comparing the user's DNS query with a list of domains or IP addresses that are considered undesirable and denying access if there is a match.
The process is straightforward: DNS queries are directed to a Recursive DNS server, which can be configured to function as a filter by rejecting queries for specific domains listed in a blocklist. DNS filtering services may also use an allowlist instead of a blocklist.
Some of the benefits of DNS filtering are the following:
- Stops users from visiting harmful websites.
- It prevents visitors from going to phishing websites.
- Stops the download of potentially illegal files.
- Make browsing safe and secure for network users, Wi-Fi users, and visitors.
- Restricts malware downloads for users
By employing DNS filtering, users can minimize the risk of cyber threats and maintain a safer online experience.
If you are interested in learning more about this topic, we suggest you look at a detailed article about DNS filtering!