Hi, someone know if is possible configure a Linux machine to run as Firewall, and block filters and content filter as OpenDNS ? For example, i want to allow Facebook but not the games in facebook
Some months ago I set up OpenDNS. Since then, occasionally I get slow page loads and pages that redirect to a timed-out opendns page. I would like to see if removing OpenDNS will make browsing efficient again.
Hi Im new after searching somehow m here, have seen linux, my computer is Umbumtu....don't understand but the questions does Umbuntu have a Firewall, before Umbuntu used windows, had a firewall and computer broke and Husband got me Umbuntu because 2 times I had a virus and worked days to fix it, havent had any problems...its great...wonder if a firewall would even help...im a verizon ...governm
Trying out OpenDNS as URL-filter.
Noticed when I do nslookup on any site, the result is always 188.8.131.52, which belongs to OpenDNS.
As the title says, Is there a way to block a specific URL and not the whole domain?
Let's say I want to block Google Images(google.com/imghp) but not Google (google.com) or block Facebook Groups (facebook.com/groups/) but not Facebook (facebook.com).
I have tried with OpenDNS and the host file but can't still find a solution to this.