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There are a lot of crappy websites which install spyware or badware software with a common subdomain name.

For example (don't try these URLs, they are dangerous):

4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981.alerte-sur.com
4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981.alertecomputer.com

So, I want to block any webpage with '4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981' in the subdomain name ?

How can I configure that under Windows 7?

Remember that I don't know the name of the domain, I want to block 4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981.anydomain.any-extention

Does Windows 7 allow to do that? Maybe with the HOST file?

My internet router is an Orange Livebox, maybe there is a setting to do that?

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This is not possible in Windows 7. But it can be done with chrome extensions. Blocksite is a extension available for Chrome and Firefox that can block any site with a keyword.

4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981.alerte-sur.com
4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981.alertecomputer.com

If you put 4d0a8a26-a90a-43b8-90c6-250af10ac981 in blocked words, then it will block all urls containing that word.

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