Disable Spectrum SecurityEdge

If you are a Spectrum Business user you might have SecurityEdge enabled by default.

If so, this will conflict with the CleanBrowsing DNS filtering. By design, Security Edge will hijack your DNS and force your network to use the Spectrum DNS provider.

 

To get CleanBrowsing to work you have to disable Comcast SecurityEdge:

CleanBrowsing-Spectrum-SecurityEdge

Content Filtering w/CleanBrowsing

CleanBrowsing provides a cost-effective DNS-based Content Filtering service that blocks access to unwanted content like malicious sites and online pornography.

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