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I don't want to depend solely on in-browser ad blockers. I therefore created my own block list of advertisers' domains and pointed them all to a IP address.

I now started a project and need to do some local development on port 80. I found however when I browse sites while doing development I am getting error messages in the log files.

What is the canonical way to do such things - what quick and unresolvable IP addresses can I point to?

If you are interested here is my list.

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Why didn't you just use the loopback ip, – Rob Nov 3 '11 at 14:40
why am I not surpirsed to see in there >_< – tombull89 Nov 3 '11 at 14:56
@Rob is actually the same and point same host as – Mikhail Kashkin Nov 9 '11 at 14:49
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You can also use He can't use because he said he has a webserver on his system already. Although I kinda wonder if you could point themto something dumb like 356.0.0.0?

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He could run the webserver from a different than standard port, as he said it's local development. – Rob Nov 3 '11 at 14:55
@Rob True, true... – Canadian Luke Nov 3 '11 at 16:20
I cann't there is some story behind, sure 80 is not good practice. – Mikhail Kashkin Nov 9 '11 at 14:41

Just a note that you can set the IP address used with my list by using the "useip" query string parameter. eg:;showintro=0&useip=

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