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Pi-hole 5.1 released

As always, we recommend that you read through the release notes and ensure that this update is something you wish to install. Highlights Dark-mode You asked for it, we added it. Dark mode has been an often-requested feature. With Pi-hole v5.1, we finally have an inbuilt dark-mode which can be enabled on the settings page.…
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2020-07-15 9

Pi-hole, COVID-19 and a special Easter gift

Like you, we’ve been thinking a lot about the current global COVID-19 pandemic. During the Beta testing period, many of us were unaffected by this outbreak, but as the effects have intensified around the world, it has got a bit tougher for us to work on some things due to restrictions that have come up…
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2020-04-12 1

Announcing a Beta test of Pi-hole 5.0!

From today we are looking for people to help us beta test the next iteration of Pi-hole! We have been quiet on the release front for a few months, but we have been busy working away on lots of new features to make Pi-hole an even better tool for your ad-blocking needs!


2020-01-19 0

Pi-hole 4.3.2 Release notes

We are pleased to release version 4.3.2 of the core and web repositories. Please see the change list below. In order to update, please run  pihole -up from a terminal session. One major change in this release is the removal of support for adblock style lists such as Easylist / Easyprivacy, so you may notice…
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2019-09-21 0

Pi-hole 4.3 Now Available

Today, we’re pleased to announce the release of Pi-hole 4.3! Thank you to to our patrons and everyone else who continue to support us. Highlights Network Information Table We have added a new page to the web interface which displays some enhanced information about the devices on your network. Fixes And Tweaks Improved support for…
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2019-05-18 14

PSA: Issue With Pi-hole, DoH, and dnsmasq

[UPDATE: 2018-04-18: 05:51] The latest version of FTLDNS (vDev-3656ba2) now fixes this issue.  We have modified it to spawn child processes for handling individual TCP queries.  By this, Netflix (or any other application) shouldn’t be able to claim the resolver for itself, thus solving the issue. If you have been beta testing FTLDNS, and want to…
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2018-04-08 3