olivierdb wrote:A very nice feature of GlimmerBlocker is the ease with which one can subscribe to shared filters. There are all kinds of filters possible: ad filters, tracker filters, malware filters, etc.
olivierdb wrote:@nexttoyou I wonder why the block lists you mention are limited to the last 48 hours! Is it because IP addresses are dynamically assigned. i.e. they can change from one session to another?
There are a large number of blacklists available here and there. I quite like those that are categorised and allow you to chose what you want to filter out. Here's an example of categories from a free and a commercial blacklist provider:
Providing lists via data feeds seems to be the way forward judging from the following two sites:
I hope LS will offer the ability to retrieve data feeds automatically or on a scheduled basis.
Something else I would very much like to see in the allow/deny alert dialog boxes is a button we could click to perform a quick whois in a new web page for instance.
olivierdb wrote:Something else I would very much like to see in the allow/deny alert dialog boxes is a button we could click to perform a quick whois in a new web page for instance.
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