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ThreatSTOP Incorporates Google, YouTube & Bing Safe Search as New Content Filtering Policies

We are happy to announce that we have incorporated Google, YouTube and Bing Safe Search option simply by adding the new targets to your policy. Safe Search is a feature that acts as an automated filter of pornography and potentially offensive content. It is possible to enforce safe search filters by modifying DNS queries so, for instance, safe search will be always on for YouTube. Using that Safe Search is now available via the ThreatSTOP platform. To enable it on your DNS all you have to do is add the relevant list to your policy and the DNS Defense Will automatically do the rest for you. The new targets available to add are:

  • Google Safe Search – Domains
    Filters explicit search results on Google, like pornography, using the SafeSearch setting. SafeSearch isn't 100% accurate, but it helps you avoid explicit content.
  • Bing Safe Search – Domains
    Bing SafeSearch helps keep adult content out of your search results while using the Bing search engine.
  • YouTube Restricted Content – Domains
    A list to restrict content available via YouTube, This list will use the Restricted feature of YouTube.
  • YouTube Moderate Restricted Content – Domains
    A list to restrict content available via YouTube, This list will use the Moderate Restriction feature of YouTube.

All new lists are available in Standard Mode and Expert Mode.

 

If you don’t have a ThreatSTOP account, Sign up for a demo. If you do have a ThreatSTOP account, instructions to add targets to DNS or IP Defense policies are available on the ThreatSTOP Documentation Hub. Or, contact our Support.

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