I am running Pi-Hole v5.6 - FTL v5.11 - Web Interface v5.8 on a virtual machine as a recursive DNS for my Linux box.
From what I can see it is working properly and Pi-Hole diagnostics declare no issues.
The list used is the default one.
I have the uBlock add-on installed in my browser and I when I look at the list of requests it blocks on various websites, I see entries that are present in the list used by Pi-Hole.
On a random website uBlock will show
securepubads.g.doubleclick.net as blocked, so I make a note of it to add it to a custom list.
But when I do
query list for
securepubads.g.doubleclick.net, I get this:
Exact match for securepubads.g.doubleclick.net found in:
Command line status request reads:
:~$ sud pihole status [???] DNS service is listening [???] UDP (IPv4) <- in green [???] TCP (IPv4) <- in green [???] UDP (IPv6) <- in red - disabled in host [???] TCP (IPv6) <- in red - disabled in host
So the question is:
Why is it there for uBlock to block it?
Shouldn't it have been previously sunk by Pi-Hole?
Thanks in advance,