CleanBrowsing is a free public DNS resolver with content filtering, founded by Daniel B. Cid. It supports DNS over TLS over port 853 and DNS over HTTPS over port 443 in addition to the standard DNS over port 53. CleanBrowsing filters can be used by parents to protect their kids from adult and inappropriate content online.
IP addresses and DNS filters
|Filter||Primary Address||Secondary Address||IPv6||DNS over TLS|
Blocks access to adult content, proxy and VPNs, phishing and malicious domains. It enforces Safe Search on Google, Bing and YouTube.
Less restrictive than the Family filter and only blocks access to adult content and malicious/phishing domains.
Blocks access to malicious and phishing domains.
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