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Nicolas NSSM Jan 12
I just PiHole'd my local network, for now around 13% DNS requests are blocked!
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💢 𝘔𝘶𝘦𝘳𝘵𝘦𝘴𝘰𝘧𝘵 Jan 12
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Julien B. Jan 10
What's the difference between and ?
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Alan H ☀️💧💨 Jan 15
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F1VEO/DF3FX, Félix ツ ▁▃▅▇ Jan 11
Anyone with a hint for a linux beginner? admin page not showing up correctly😭😭 Apache is installed ... thanks Java or such should be enabled as unifi controller runs fine on the pi.
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U 8h
Replying to @MichaelCholod
I stopped using their services few years back and rely as much as I can on selhosting open source solutions, also sticking a on a every where to block as much tracking as possible... is really a huge threat to society, not just privacy...
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Bluewall 7h
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F1VEO/DF3FX, Félix ツ ▁▃▅▇ Jan 13
Playing around with . Works Ok and is good for mobile devices on Wifi but is far less effective than my ADBplus on my firefox. With pihole I still struggle to get rid of YouTube ads even with some "special yt" lists added😖🤔
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Jan de Vries Jan 9
Finally able to use my container! Changed `Listen only on interface eth0` to `Listen on all interfaces` and the magic is happening.
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The Flibble Jan 16
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Cseh Árpád Jan 8
Thanks I'm filtering out hundreds of ads request, in average 30% of requests. Significantly faster browsing with adsfree pages! :)
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F. Nonnenmacher Jan 11
Replying to @ubiquitic
Now, what will be interesting to monitor with my pretty little lying DNS (a , you should have one ;-) is what happens with this TV when I block certain “phone home” requests such as (85 requests to that one for the last 24 hours alone).
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schneekluth Jan 14
You tend to get a bit worried and paranoid when running pi-hole as your local DNS resolver. It's crazy what's going on in my network just in a day. 31827 queries just in a day.
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Phishing Army 7h
If you want block phishing with use: 👍
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Patrick Connelly (pcon) 17h
This is so accurate. Especially after I set up to block ads on the whole network.
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Saint Ungulant Jan 16
I still get the occasional one, but rarely now.
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schneekluth Jan 14
Wow! Look at the end of this graph. This happens when you track your queries with . 18000 queries in 2 hours cannot be right. 🤔
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Herman Harperink Jan 9
Replying to @JayTHL
On the anti-malware side a problem is AWS hosted websites, but that's a shortcoming in the
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Sandor Drieënhuizen 🏳️‍🌈 Jan 11
I've been running a Pi-hole since a few days and it seems to be doing a great job for me! It's just that sometimes I'd like to visit a promoted link from Google's search results. Obviously those get blocked as well. I might use a browser plug-in to hide those.
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Dr.SnoopyFrozen Jan 12
Pi-hole is a Linux network-level advertisement and internet tracker blocking application which acts as a DNS sinkhole (And optionally a DHCP server), intended for use on a private network.
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