Here is a quick way to configure your home network to filter access to all those bad websites. This can help to keep inadvertent clicks to mal-ware websites from causing havoc with machines connected to your network—even the machines that belong to guest that are just visiting. At the same time, you can filter access to websites that some in the household should not be visiting.
Here is the short story: set the router that connects your home network to the internet so that its DNS primary and secondary IP addresses to 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. Continue reading Protect Home Networks from Bad Websites