|10 days ago||2 days ago|
|MIT License||GNU General Public License v3.0 or later|
Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
“220.127.116.11 is now handling more than 1.3T requests per day”
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Aug 2023
you can also have a look at nextdns . I set it up on both my mac nad iOS. NextDns provides a panel where you can see what got blocked and some other analytics for you. Even though I use Brave on iOS and Arc with uBlock Origin still that wasn't enough and nexDNS blocked some additional ~8% trackers. It's free for first 300k requests per month.
Comestic adblocking in iOS
2 projects | /r/ios | 3 Aug 2023
On my journey, I've experimented with various DNS filtering methods. I've used the AhaDNS Blitz (previously known as PiHoleDNS), and its performance was okay in my opinion. But, Reddit's chatter about NextDNS made me try it out. and I've been giving it a whirl over the past few weeks. Its user interface is nice and it allows significant control over various block lists.
A collection of useful Mac Apps
32 projects | /r/macapps | 13 Jul 2023
NextDNS - Price: Free (with an optional pro version available) DNS resolver for macOS that blocks ads, trackers, and malware.
2 projects | /r/androidapps | 7 Jul 2023
The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show: 303-iOS Privacy & Security
3 projects | /r/PrivacySecurityOSINT | 7 Jul 2023
https://inteltechniques.com/book7a.html Benefits of iOS Risks of iOS Privacy & Security Considerations Settings Remove unused stock apps App Store login vs iCloud login App funding DNS: https://nextdns.io/ Calendars & Contacts: https://www.etesync.com/ Password Manager: https://strongboxsafe.com/ VoIP App: https://acrobits.net/ VoIP Service: https://voip.ms/en/invite/Mzc2NjM3 Data Service: https://refer.telnyx.com/refer/zrfmo Custom App Settings Shortcuts for Home Screen Next Week
Ask HN: Stock Android phone free of bloatware?
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Jun 2023
I'm not aware if you can do it the way you mention, but you can used NextDNS and it pretty much cleans most of the ads.
If it ever interests you: https://nextdns.io/?from=d6jchbnv (my affiliate link).
Sold my employer on Ubiquiti and get to play with it professionally now
4 projects | /r/Ubiquiti | 29 Jun 2023
My man, most Ubiquiti gear will allow you to install a whole plethora of modules because it runs on Linux (https://help.ui.com/hc/en-us/articles/220066768-Updating-Self-Hosted-UniFi-Network-Servers-Linux- as an example ..https://github.com/nextdns/nextdns/wiki/UnifiOS ). The maintenance of which is easily handled by any Linux sysadmin. I'm a dummy and run two custom modules for CloudFlare and NextDNS and have done so for 3+ years without a single failure. It's purely a cost benefit analysis. If one has the skills or a team with the skills...a large number of UBNT devices can do some amazing things (that aren't exposed via the GUI). It's why there is a HUGE number of small ISPs and WISPs that use them extensively (as another user in this thread posted). Now, don't get me wrong, can Tier 1 providers do more out of the box? For sure. Will they also natively support those features? For sure. Will they charge the customer multiples what UBNT does? For sure. It's pure cost vs benefit and where the rubber hits the road is mainly the support of advanced features. Your company/you can install a tonne of funky things on your UBNT gear...but the support of it is on you/your team. With a Tier 1 it is on their team (usually).
2 projects | /r/ModCoord | 28 Jun 2023
Instead check out https://nextdns.io/ .If you just want it for 1 device then you can use the free plan or buy the paid one for more requests. You can configure it however you want (similar to pi-hole) and on ios device it is one click easy to install profile (which I assume you already know). Privacy is respected and u can even check your log activity!
Free hulu and HBO max
2 projects | /r/sideloaded | 28 Jun 2023
You download the app, create an account at the official website NextDNS.io, the the first page that will open will be the setup page. From there you will choose your device and follow the steps until your NextDNS account is connected to your device. For the blocklists I recommend this website for guidance. After that you’re all set.
NextDNS doesn't get all device names from unifi router running CLI
2 projects | /r/nextdns | 24 Jun 2023
Please read this: https://github.com/nextdns/nextdns/wiki
Your privacy is optional
12 projects | dev.to | 19 Sep 2023
Pi-Hole - I have Pi-Hole running in a docker container on my server. My router then uses Pi-Hole as it's DNS provider. This blocks all adverts and trackers going across my network. There are still some that get through like YouTube ads but it blocks the majority including Google Analytics.
Homelab or cloud? Where should your apps and data go?
2 projects | dev.to | 11 Aug 2023
Some apps that are great for a homelab include a network-wide ad blocker and DNS server like Pi-hole, a Mastodon bot, a network speed monitor, open source home automation like Home Assistant, a media server like Plex, and many others.
(StarLAN) Personal Home Lab
4 projects | /r/homelab | 22 Jul 2023
PiHole (https://pi-hole.net/) No need to explain this one, PiHole rocks.
Any way around "smart" appliances/electronics?
2 projects | /r/privacy | 11 Jul 2023
Cose che "come ho fatto a stare senza?"
2 projects | /r/italy | 11 Jul 2023
Smart Home Contractor
2 projects | /r/Edmonton | 10 Jul 2023
or if you are slightly tech yourself get a Raspberry Pi and load it up with stuff like https://www.home-assistant.io and https://pi-hole.net. I have considered doing stuff like this as a real job but I agree with u/Healthy-Car-1860 - I'd never let someone else have that power over my house so I doubt many people would
Any plans for pihole 6.0?
2 projects | /r/pihole | 6 Jul 2023
sudo git clone https://github.com/pi-hole/pi-hole /etc/.pihole cd /etc/.pihole sudo git checkout development-v6 ./automated\ install/basic-install.sh Anyone that was already running something on the old branches just need to:
YouTube's new adblock policy
16 projects | /r/pcmasterrace | 1 Jul 2023
Also you can use Pi-hole, you can install it on your PC and set it as your DNS server in TVs network settings.
Google tightens the screws on YouTube ad blockers: three attempts and the video player will be blocked
6 projects | /r/technology | 29 Jun 2023
pi-hole.net6 projects | /r/technology | 29 Jun 2023
What are some alternatives?
Technitium DNS Server - Technitium DNS Server
blocky - Fast and lightweight DNS proxy as ad-blocker for local network with many features
AdGuardHome - Network-wide ads & trackers blocking DNS server
PowerDNS-Admin - A PowerDNS web interface with advanced features
pihole-regex - Custom regex filter list for use with Pi-hole.
bypass-paywalls-chrome - Bypass Paywalls web browser extension for Chrome and Firefox.
unifios-utilities - A collection of enhancements for UnifiOS based devices
docker-nxfilter - :whale: Run NxFilter in Docker!
blokada - The official repo for Blokada apps.
Webmin - Powerful and flexible web-based server management control panel
blahdns - A small hobby ads block dns project with doh, dot, dnscrypt support.