Rest of blockers: here Moderators, please don't move this thread somewhere else, because it doesn't belong to the "Porn Addiction" sub-forum. It doesn't discuss the science behind porn addiction. Pluckeye: *Blocks browsers other than Chromium based browsers as Chrome, Edge, Brave, Vivaldi, etc. *IE, Opera, etc will be blocked. *Works even if you are using a VPN/proxy extension. *Nearly impossible to bypass. You'll have to wait for a certain amount of time(delay). ----- Important note: Your best friend when using pluckeye is this command: pluck repair If you get the following errors in your browser while using pluckeye, try pluck repair then restart the browser(not PC) and it should get back to work: ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE pluck block early DNS Probe errors ----- Getting started: Spoiler Download and install pluckeye: https://www.pluckeye.net/try-it.html For macOS users. - For Big Sur and later versions of macOS, you'll need to follow these steps to be able to enable pluckeye's system feature: https://docs.pluckeye.net/how-to-install-on-macosx-big-sur-plus I highly recommend pluckeye for Big Sur and later versions even if you can't use the system feature. -For macOS Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, or older, you'll need to check out the following link as curl stopped working with https sites which means you won't be able to sync pluckeye configurations: (skip if you're on Catalina, or newer) https://github.com/plujon/mac-curl-recert Pluckeye blocks all images and videos on your browser by default. If this is your first experience with pluckeye, I suggest you use the following command to clear all pluckeye rules which includes the default rules which block images and also any rules that you have added: -From start menu open cmd (Or Terminal if you're on OS X) and type this: Code: pluck clear Now, there are several ways to block porn using pluckeye. -Online configurations and blocking huge lists of bad sites. (Highly recommended) Spoiler 1-Create and account on https://u.pluckeye.net 2-Login to u.pluckeye.net (From Chrome browser or Brave and NOT from unsupported browsers) 3-Visit https://u.pluckeye.net/configurations/new For the type, you have to select general configuration. For the name, choose something you can recognize, like "dell laptop config", for example. 4- Visit https://u.pluckeye.net/configurations/public and import the following to "laptop config": *flee porn hosts - experimental! *flee porn hosts - experimental! *Block unsafe search engines (This one blocks all search engines other than google) The following will block sites which contain porn keywords or the names of famous pornstars, porn producers, channels and studios: *Porn studios and porn keywords (flee word) (Please, if it blocks any safe site, leave a comment) *Nuke option for severe porn/internet addicts (optional): The classic configuration will block all images and videos on all sites and you will have to add rules to allow images and videos on sites that you use. If you decide to use this, I suggest you leave the pluckeye delay at zero so you could allow the sites that you frequently use without waiting. Then increase the delay after a few days. *classic 5- Finally, we need to make your PC use "laptop config" Note that this will replace your current pluckeye configuration and will delete all of the current pluckeye rules. On u.pluckeye.net , click on your username on the upper right > Profile -Click on your device>Under "Configuration", click "change" and select "laptop config" Finally, you need to refresh pluckeye from the command line: From start menu open cmd (Or Terminal if you're on macOS) and type this: Code: pluck sync Now the blocked list should be imported to your computer. Done! -Block sites as you browse: Spoiler Click on the pluckeye extension in your browser select action: block select location: you could block the whole site or this specific page. select Media Type: Leave empty to block the site. You could select images to block images only. To also block videos repeat by clicking on the pluckeye extension and select videos. You could also use the command line *Block all pages on a site: pluck + block www.howtogeek.com *Block only a specific page on a site: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/6169/use-truecrypt-to-secure-your-data/ *Blocking images and videos on any site: pluck + block www.howtogeek.com image/ pluck + block www.howtogeek.com video/ Filtering specific sites and social media: Spoiler *Google images and videos: Spoiler -Block google images search: pluck + flee word tbm=isch -Block google videos search: pluck + flee word tbm=vid (You'll need to add the following rules because this page contains tbm=isch and tbm=vid and therefore will get blocked. pluck + allow nofap.com pluck + allow yourbrainrebalanced.com pluck + allow rebootnation.org ) There will be some images left when you do a regular google search (not image or video search). Personally, I don't think they could cause issues because the internet is full of similar images. If you want to block them anyway, import this: *https://u.pluckeye.net/shares/q9cdkftexg *Facebook: Spoiler This one is almost useless, but here it is anyway: pluck + flee word The term you searched for is sometimes associated with nudity or sexual activity *Filtering Telegram: Spoiler Two steps (It's recommended you use both): 1-Download a filtered Telegram Client like: 1-Cloudveil messenger: https://www.cloudveil.org/messenger/ (all groups and channels blocked) 2-TelOchat: https://www.telochat.com/ (all groups and channels blocked) 3-Teleteens: Only available for Android and iOS. PC/Mac version not available yet. This one is customizable and lets you allow/block specific users, channels and groups. Recommended. 2)Use Telegram Web Legacy and block the new/experimental web versions: This will allow you to access your groups and channels. Pluckeye cannot filter Z and K versions of telegram web because they use the wss protocol. You'll have to use this version of telegram: https://web.telegram.org/?legacy=1 Bookmark the above link to use it to access telegram. These rules will block images and videos on all Telegram Chats WHILE allowing all text for all chats. (Copy all and paste) pluck + block web.telegram.im pluck + block tel.onl pluck + block xn--r1a.online pluck + block xn--80affa3aj0al.xn--80asehdb pluck + block https://webz.telegram.org/ pluck + block https://web.telegram.org/z/ pluck + block https://webk.telegram.org/ pluck + block https://web.telegram.org/k/ pluck + block telegram.org image/ pluck + block telegram.org video/ pluck + allow telegram.org application/octet-stream pluck + allow https://web.telegram.org/img Finally, block the Telegram Desktop app: pluck + block program telegram.exe pluck + block program telegram pluck + flee word telegram alternative pluck + flee word telegram alternatives You will notice that each chat has its own unique URL, so you could just allow images and videos on safe chats that you want: Say for example that the following URL is for a safe chat: https://web.telegram.org/#/im?p=g4888758590 so we'll execute this: pluck allow https://web.telegram.org/#/im?p=g488858590 *Filtering reddit: Spoiler A)Blocking NSFW subreddits: Open this link: https://www.reddit.com/settings/feed And turn off Adult Content Then, add those rules: Code: pluck + block https://www.reddit.com/settings/feed pluck + flee word You must be 18+ to view this community pluck + flee word nsfw adult content Finally, import this: https://u.pluckeye.net/configurations/33228 B)Alternatively, you could just block all images and videos on reddit. If you want to block all images and videos on reddit then select all of the following and paste them in cmd or terminal: Code: pluck + block b.thumbs.redditmedia.com pluck + block a.thumbs.redditmedia.com pluck + block external-preview.redd.it pluck + block i.redd.it pluck + block preview.redd.it pluck + block styles.redditmedia.com pluck + block www.redditmedia.com pluck + block v.redd.it pluck + block redgifs.com pluck + block i.redd.it -Filtering Discord: Spoiler We're going to block images and videos on the browser version of discord (https://discord.com/) except for users and channels that we need. 1)Block images & videos on discord.com while allowing avatars, emojis and sounds: Code: pluck block discord.com image/ pluck block discord.com video/ pluck block https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/ image/ pluck block https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/ video/ pluck allow https://cdn.discordapp.com/avatars/ image/ pluck allow https://cdn.discordapp.com/emojis/ image/ pluck allow https://discord.com/assets/ pluck + flee word This channel contains adult content marked Block the discord app: Code: pluck block program Discord.exe Allowing specific users, servers & channels using the URL in the address bar: Examples: allowing a user: pluck + allow https://discord.com/channels/@me/8224837635492020542 The following is a URL of a channel within a server. https://discord.com/channels/332421393800888321/393684969235841025 To allow the entire server with all of its channels, allow the first part of the URL: pluck + allow https://discord.com/channels/332421393800888321/ To allow only a specific channel, allow all of the URL: pluck + allow https://discord.com/channels/332421393800888321/393684969235841025 I highly recommend that you bookmark an allowed user or server and use it to access discord. This will fix the problem of discord server images not loading. -Filtering twitter Spoiler *Blocking images and videos on twitter: Code: pluck + block pbs.twimg.com pluck + block video.twimg.com *Blocking twitter search bar Code: pluck block https://twitter.com/search pluck block https://twitter.com/search-advanced pluck block https://twitter.com/i/api/1.1/search B)Chromium browsers built-in porn blocker: Spoiler Restarting your browser is required to take effect. You could remove the rules by replacing + with - 1- Porn blocker Code: pluck + safesites 2- Google safe search Code: pluck + safegoogle pluck + safeplease C)If you want youtube restricted mode, use this: Code: pluck + safeyoutube Remember that youtube restricted mode blocks some safe youtube videos and blocks comments. Idea from @skaterdrew: You could block https://www.youtube.com/results This will prevent you from using youtube search but you could still use google videos tab to search youtube videos. So you could enforce google safe search which will filter the video search while leaving youtube unrestricted. C) Using pluckeye to enforce cleanbrowsing DNS: Spoiler Requires system level (level 2). ****You need to change pluckeye's delay to zero. If it's not set to 0, you'll lose internet access when you block port 53. Locking a DNS will work on all apps and not just your browser, because pluckeye blocks ports on the system level. 1- Change your Windows DNS server to cleanbrowsing family DNS (188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206). How to do it. 2- Open cmd from start menu. 3- Enter the following code: Code: pluck + allow 220.127.116.11 pluck + block port 53 pluck + block port 853 pluck + block port 5353 pluck + block port 8443 pluck + nodoh That's it! If anyone tries changing your DNS to anything other than cleanbrowsing, you'll lose internet access. We haven't locked our setting yet. Keep reading. C)Block applications from accessing the internet. Spoiler Requires system level (level 2). First you have to get the name of the exe file to block. If you can't find it, you could use task manager and right click the application you want to block and click: go to process. Let's say the process name is Telegram.exe. Now, to block it from accessing the internet, you have to enter that in cmd: Code: pluck + block program Telegram.exe if you typed: telegram.exe, it won't work as it's case sensitive. You might need to block more than one exe. D)Enforcing p0rn blocking Chrome extensions using Pluckeye Spoiler 1-You HAVE TO install the extension that you need first. 2-Find the extensionID from the Chrome store URL. example: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/blocksi-web-filter/pgmjaihnmedpcdkjcgigocogcbffgkbn 3-Use the following command (after you've installed the extension): pluck + require pgmjaihnmedpcdkjcgigocogcbffgkbn You could still remove the extension, but if you do so, all webpages will be blocked. Good extensions that you could try: Blocksi https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/blocksi-web-filter/pgmjaihnmedpcdkjcgigocogcbffgkbn This one is very similar to FortiClient. When you enforce it, if fixes a lot of loopholes that could be used to access porn. It works well with all VPN apps. It could filter Youtube videos by category but it blocks all embedded youtube videos so it can't be bypassed. Web Filter for Chrome https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/web-filter-for-chrome/elebdopnkeckgfhkeeefmpmjjglandmi This one uses SPIN browser website database to block porn. It blocks all porn and mixed sites automatically, including reddit and twitter. This one is very strict but I had to mention it because it works automatically without any need to set it up. BlockTube: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/blocktube/bbeaicapbccfllodepmimpkgecanonai You’ll need to add entries under Video Title to block videos containing specific words. (The following wasn’t written by me, I am just copying and pasting. Thanks for the help) /.*jackson.*/i Block/remove Video with jackson in title. Will also match jacksonssm: /(?=.*hot.*)(?=.*video.*)/i Will match if both ‘rude’ AND ‘word’ is present in title/channel name in any order. .* refers to any character/space. /i refers to case-insensitivity (will match both cases). So it will also match: hhott videoss, video hots, etc. You could remove .* from the expression if not needed. Example: /tiktok/i Block/remove Video with tiktok in title. Will not match tiktoks. You could block the BlockTube extension page using pluckeye, so you can't change the settings: pluck + block chrome-extension://bbeaicapbccfllodepmimpkgecanonai/ Nukem: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/nukem/kpogandfndblomniegfaeakkjchmiedi/ A great element blocker. Can block elements like Telegram search bar, Twitter search bar, etc. You could block the chrome store after you've installed all the extensions you need as there are some bad extensions on the store: Code: pluck + block chrome.google.com E)Using flee commands Spoiler Flee rules scan and block webpages using keywords. For example, let's say that you tend to search for a certain "star". Let's call him jackie chan. So use this command: pluck + flee word jackie chan Any page that contain "jackie chan" will be blocked. Try googling his name. Be creative, you could use it to block downloading bad apps. example: pluck + flee word download badapp pluck + flee word badapp download Now, you won't be able to download that app. Fleeing the app name directly might block safe pages if the app is popular. You could block the app name without download for unpopular apps: pluck + flee word appname Useful flee words that you could use: pluck + flee word browser download Pluck + flee word download browser You could also use flee to block google images and videos completely: blocking google images tab: pluck + flee word tbm=isch blocking google videos tab: pluck + flee word tbm=vid You'll need to add the following rules because this page contains tbm=isch and tbm=vid and therefore will get blocked. pluck + allow nofap.com pluck + allow yourbrainrebalanced.com pluck + allow rebootnation.org Protecting pluckeye settings Spoiler Finally, we'll lock pluckeye settings, so you can't change them: Enable the system level "level 2": From the command line: pluck + system OR From the browser extension: *Click on pluckeye extension in top right corner in chrome, click on config and set "system" to "on". You must restart all of your browsers for them to work again. The system blocks all unsupported browsers automatically. So you're only left with browsers that have the plucky extension installed. It also allows you to block any app (discussed later). IMPORNTANT: If pluckeye blocks an app that you need. You have to learn how to allow it. 1-Open the app that is being blocked 2-In cmd/terminal, type: pluck verdicts This will show the blocking history of pluckeye, use this to get the process name of the blocked app. You will see that apps that are allowed have the word "allow" before their name and that the blocked apps have the word "block" before their name: Screenshot After you got the name of the blocked process, let's say it's name is Teams.exe, type this in cmd: pluck + allow program Teams.exe You could also use the help of task manager to find exes: right click the application that is being blocked and click: go to process. That's the exe that you want to allow. You might want to review the process list for more exes. To lock your settings you can use delay or expedite functions of pluckeye. Delay: To change the delay, click the pluckeye extension in your browser. Start with a zero delay for one or two days till you make sure all your apps are working on the system level, then increase the delay gradually. I personally use a delay of 3 hours, you might need more. It's also recommended that you add someone to approve your rules in emergency situations (discussed below). Also, remember that a long delay doesn't mean you're immune to relapses. Very long delays may even cause you to relapse, in cases when you have to wipe your system. To change the delay, click the pluckeye extension>config, then set the delay. Or you could use this: pluck delay 3h #sets the delay to 3 hours another example: pluck delay 45m Let's say your delay is 3 hours and you entered those rules: pluck + allow good.com pluck + allow oops.com The two sites will be allowed after 3 hours. You could cancel the rules before 3 hours pass. This will cancel all pending rules (the 2 sites): pluck abort This will cancel the oops.com rule: pluck abort oops.com # remove oops.com from future You could also set the delay for specific changes. It's useful when you want protect certain rules from being removed: https://docs.pluckeye.net/delay#delay-patterns-advanced (Thanks! @Infidel.48 ) Expedite: means a friend can approve your requests to change pluckeye settings or allow websites/apps so you don't have to wait for delay to pass. Also, other pluckeye users could approve your requests, if you join a cohort. If you want to use expedite: You must have an account here (you already created one): https://u.pluckeye.net/login and ask a trusted friend to create an account. Then Invite your friend to approve your requests: https://u.pluckeye.net/invitations/new Expedite function could be used in emergency situations when you can't wait for the delay or if you accidentally blocked all internet using pluckeye. This works best if you followed the guide from the beginning and created a configuration on u.pluckeye.net and assigned it to your device. Let's say you want to allow a site and you can't wait for the delay. First, you allow the site: pluck + allow worksite.com Then, you enter this command to send a request to your friend(s): pluck expedite Your friend will have to open u.pluckeye.net >queue > approve the rules It's not over, yet. You have to refresh pluckeye on your PC. Using the command line: Code: pluck sync Use expedite only in emergencies or you might end up relapsing.