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pihole-exporter - A Prometheus exporter for PI-Hole's Raspberry PI ad blocker

  •    Go

This is a Prometheus exporter for PI-Hole's Raspberry PI ad blocker. Grafana dashboard is available here on the Grafana dashboard website and also here on the GitHub repository.

whitelist - A simple tool to add commonly white listed domains to your Pi-Hole setup.

  •    Shell

Want to report a new domain? Want to report exsisting one? Feel free to file an issue. The repository has 3 different files containing different domains.

pihole-antitelemetry - Research shows Google and Apple are collecting data on you

  •    Python

Research shows Google collects 20x more data from Android than Apple collects from iOS. Block both using these pihole lists. For a list of domains that should not break anything, use telemetry-domains.txt.

pihole-youtube-block - Scan pihole logs and block YouTube ads domains

  •    Go

Ads are served through the same domains as normal video clips. Until I find a better solution, please be mindful of this issue and consider this as experimental. All gathered domains will be written to compiled_domains.txt You can easily tweak the configuration; it has sensible defaults.

PADD - PADD (formerly Chronometer2) is a more expansive version of the original chronometer

  •    Shell

PADD (formerly Chronometer2) is a more expansive version of the original chronometer.sh that is included with Pi-Hole. PADD provides in-depth information about your Pi-hole. More in-depth information about setting up PADD can be found in this repo’s wiki.

addon-pi-hole - Pi-hole - Community Hass.io Add-on for Home Assistant

  •    Shell

Pi-hole is an advertising-aware DNS- and web server, meant to be run on a dedicated Raspberry Pi connected to your home network. Pi-hole lets you block advertisements for every device that connects to your network without the need for any client-side software. This add-on is a port of Pi-hole to be able to run on Hass.io and is based on Alpine Linux and is using Docker.

trackers - Domain blocklist covering manually spotted trackers, marketing bullshit, abusive domains and other nuisances


For use in a tool like Pi-hole. Covers manually spotted trackers, marketing bullshit and other nuisances. May be considered a bit aggressive — but not too much. Shouldn't break any sites. If it does, just manually whitelist. If something breaks the layout of Bloomberg, for example, but I can still read the content properly, I couldn't care less. If a questionable external dependency (or really, any external dependency) breaks your layout: congratulations, your layout is crap and you're Doing it Wrong™. Additionally, a separate domain list is available for really bad domain names that are probably not covered in other blocklists. And yes, I consider Facebook to be really bad, actively harmful, read: abusive. Like a spouse that hits and manipulates you, yet you constantly make up excuses and are afraid to leave. If at this point you don't, maybe it's time to reconsider your life choices and get help. There are people who will support your decision and life is better on the other side.

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