DNS Query Log contains a record of all the DNS requests made by systems on your network. You can find out how many sites were blocked for a particular reason, or you can look back through a line-by-line detailed log listing the activity of a particular system.
The DNS Query Log has convenient shortcuts to block/allow a particular site. You can also submit sites you believe to be tracking, so the wider community of users can benefit.
Investigate provides you the Whois information about a particular website, and also shows you how many DNS queries have been made to it over the past month. All you require is a free API key from JsonWhois
Top Level Domain Blocking
Some domains are cheap/free, and as a result attract a high number of malicious websites. The lifetime of some sites can be as low as a few hours, so its almost impossible to block them through a traditional blocklist. NoTrack provides you the option to completely block access to the worst of these top level domains.
Think of it trying to avoid a bad neighbourhood.
NoTrack analytics will monitor your traffic and provide an Alert when any of your devices attempt to access known malware sites, as well as for sites suspected of being related to tracking, but have not yet been blocked.
You have the option of Investigating the traffic further, Whitelisting, or Blacklisting the site. Once completed you can Resolve or Delete the alert.
Analytics runs on your system locally. None of your data is ever transmitted.
This feature will be expanded further in future versions of NoTrack.