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For KiboshDNS customers only.

If you’re reading this you should have already received your Welcome email with your Kibosh ID, and Kibosh’s Nameservers.

There are 2 parts to KiboshDNS:

  1. Internet Content Filtering – this is the part that removes all the bad stuff from the Internet. Once Kibosh’s DNS servers are on your router this happens automagically. You do not need to do anything else, ever.
  2. MyFilter Dashboard Management – this is where you can manage your Internet by blocking websites / apps, turn on activity logs, enable SafeSearch Lock-In, YouTube SafeMode, etc.
    • For example, if you wanted to block Facebook.com this is where you would do it.

However, in order for Part 2: MyFilter Dashboard settings to work your WAN IP must be registered with Kibosh’s servers. To do this you’ll need to run at least one, or more of the following apps on some PCs on your network.

How to enable MyFilter Dashboard management:

I) Windows

Install on at least one PC. The Kibosh Agent will keep your account in sync, and offers some other tools like ‘Troubleshoot Internet’ issues.

Click here to install.

II) Chrome / Brave browser plugin (see below) – CURRENTLY UNDERGOING CODE CHANGES 10/22 – CHECK BACK SOON – DOES NOT WORK CURRENTLY

Installs into any Chrome browser (Windows, macOS), and keeps your Kibosh account current.

Setup instructions below.

3) macOS – CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT 2022



Chrome Browser Plugin: OFFLINE FOR A SHORT TIME WHILE BEING UPDATED – Use the Windows Agent.

NOTE: You only need to do this once, on a single PC, but on as many as you want.

ki_ddns KiboshDNS - Enable MyFilter Dashboard

Image # 1

Kibosh Filter Plugin for Chrome Browser

  1. On a single PC with the Chrome browser installed, click here to install our Chrome browser Kibosh DDNS plugin.
  2. It will be displayed as a Ki in the top-right corner of your browser like this: ddns_plugin KiboshDNS - Enable MyFilter Dashboard
    1. If you don’t see the Ki you might need to enable the plugin:
      • In Chrome go to More Tools > Extensions and enable Kibosh Filter Plugin.

        enter_id KiboshDNS - Enable MyFilter Dashboard

        Image # 2

  3. Click on the Ki which will give you a drop down with options (see Image #1)
    • Select Input / Update ID…
      • Enter your Kibosh ID (see Image # 2)
        • Click Confirm…
          • You will get the OK when your ID has been registered.
            • Repeat until you get the OK: [your WAN IP] (see Image # 3)
              • If you cannot get the OK run the info.com test again – if this test fails then you did not successfully configure your router with Kibosh Filter Nameservers – go back and double-check your work.
                ddns_ok KiboshDNS - Enable MyFilter Dashboard

                Image # 3

                • If the info.com test is successful, but you still cannot get the OK, drop us a quick note with your Kibosh ID.
  4. Open your browser to your MyFilter Dashboard: https://myfilter.kibosh.net
    • Login using your Kibosh ID, and the password abcd0001

 

 

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