Hi, I'm interested on extended use of URL/IP blacklisting, as part of a universal free security setup for my friends and family. I'm looking to make it simple, lightweight, automated for them, and easily maintainable, hassle-free for me. Currently, i'm testing a MBAE-ed, slightly hardened Chrome and web filtering (in its broad sense) is based on: a) Norton DNS b) Panda URL Filtering c) Chrome's Safe Browsing d) uBlock Origin (all but "Social" and unnecessary regional 3rd-party filters enabled - Dynamic Filtering disabled) e) Adguard extension (only "Phishing and Malware Protection" is enabled - nothing else) f) Bitdefender Trafficlight (all but "Facebook and Twitter Protection" enabled) g) Avira Browser Safety (Trackers Blocking disabled using this trick) Given that: i) malware and phishing protection is the primary objective (and the sole purpose of this thread) ii) utilizing both HOSTS lists of uBlock + "Phishing and Malware Protection" of Adguard (WOT, Safe Browsing, Yandex) is the only reason for using both extensions iii) btw, ads and trackers are blocked exclusively by uBlock iv) partial redundancy is unavoidable what would you add (PeerBlock with only malware-related lists enabled? other extensions? ) or remove (because of total redundancy)? Couple of questions: 1. Is this list of WOT's Trusted Sources outdated? Because if it's current, then a) this thread is of little value (aka: WOT FTW), and b) why would Adguard cite three separate reports? - (frankly, WOT's weighting system is still unclear to me) 2. In the presence of Adguard, should i disable Chrome's Safe Browsing (redundant) or there is more than meets the eye?