Block a Country Domain TLD on Safari (iPhone, iPad, Mac)

Need to block domains of a particular country such as .ru (Russia), .cn (China), .it (Italy), .de (Germany), .jp (Japan) or .ar (Argentina)? Learn how to block country code domain TLDs (ccTLDs) on Safari on your iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Download SafaShield App

STEP 1 Open SafaShield

First you need to install SafaShield on your iOS device (e.g iPhone or iPad with at least iOS 13) and once done, open the app.

STEP 2 Click on Block -> Domain TLD

On the app interface, at the bottom click on the "Block" menu (like in the screenshot), and then on the "Domain TLD" option.

STEP 3 Enter Domain TLD

Click on the "+" symbol and then on "Add New". In the new window you can enter the country code domain TLD to block, such as .it to block all domains that end in .it (Italy) domain extension.

Operation Completed

Now any domain name that match the domain TLD you have specified will be blocked. This option is useful to block country code domain TLDs that you don't often visit, such as .ru, .cn, .it, .de, .jp, .ar and so on.

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Block types of domains that you don't often visit, such as most abused TLDs or internationalized domains, and reduce the attack surface.

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