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Blocking URL list in Google

The management of Google Chromebooks uses a set of URL's that block traffic to four sets of resources.


  • Internal Chrome Dialogs
  • External Search Engines
  • Local Development extensions
  • Google Sign-in sites.


The content is always updating as new resources emerge but the list below is commonly used for education.



chrome://settings-frame
chrome://settings
chrome://history
chrome://history-frame
chrome://settings/clearBrowserData-frame
chrome://plugins
chrome://flags

*/html/crosh.html
 chrome-extension://pnhechapfaindjhompbnflcldabbghjo/html/crosh.html
accounts.youtube.com/accounts/Logout2
accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?elo=1
accounts.google.com/Logout
accounts.google.com/ServiceLoginAuth
accounts.google.com/SignOutOptions
accounts.google.com/SignUp
accounts.google.com/AddSession
accounts.google.com/AccountChooser
myaccount.google.com/security#signin
accounts.google.com/ManageAccount
photos.google.com/login
plus.google.com/u/0/?referer=gplus
aboutme.google.com/u/0/?referer=gplus
search.yahoo.com
www.bing.com/search
duckduckgo.com
dogpile.com/search
ixquick.com


The restriction to external search engines is not to protect Google's business model but to ensure that 'safe search' is not easily bypassed.


 A second approach blocks all chrome://* targets and then operates a whitelist as required.

chrome://*

*/html/crosh.html
.... as above


Whitelist:

chrome://history
chrome://history-frame
chrome://chrome
chrome://print
chrome://net-internals/#chromeos
chrome://net-export/



Other Information.

If you are blocking all chrome extensions except the ones you allow you might like to add the Google Docs Office facility which can be found here.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-docs-offline/ghbmnnjooekpmoecnnnilnnbdlolhkhi