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 Policies > Customer Policies.

  2. Click the edit ST-701-edit-button.jpg icon in the Options column for the policy you want to edit.

  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.