Blacklisted Domains

If you allow access to a category, e.g. Art, all websites within that category will be allowed. However, you can block access to a website that is included in an allowed category by adding it to your Blacklisted Domains. To edit Blacklisted Domains:

  1. Click the Policies tab.

  2. Click Add to add new policy or click the edit ST-701-edit-button.jpg icon to Edit an existing policy.

  3. Click the Blacklisted Domains tab.

  4. Follow the steps below to add, delete, import and export Blacklisted Domains.

Add a Blacklisted Domain
  1. Click Add... and the Blacklist Domain window displays:

  2. Enter your information in the Blacklist Domain window:

    • Website domain: The domain or partial domain of the website you want to block. Use one of the following formats:

      • .example.com

      • www.example.com

      • .www.example.com

    • Include subdomains: If you block example.com then all domains that end in example.com will also be blocked, e.g. support.example.com and products.example.com.

    • Log requests: Deselect to prevent requests going to the logger for reporting.

    • Comment: Description of your blacklist domain entry if required.

  3. Click Save.

Delete a Blacklisted Domain
  • To delete a single blacklist entry, click the delete ST-701-delete-button.jpg icon to the right of the entry or check the ST-701-check-box.jpg box to the left of the entry and click Delete.


    Check the ST-701-check-box.jpg box beside multiple domains to delete several entries at once.

Import Blacklisted Domains
  1. Click Import and choose a text file to import. The file should contain one domain per line, e.g.:

  2. A message will display when the domains have been successfully imported.

Export Blacklisted Domains
  • Click Export to export your blacklisted domains as a text file.