The idea is to only allow Search Engines which have SafeSearch functionality as supported by DNSFilter.
Can you elaborate on what was actually released? Specifically what Search Engines you have flagged with SafeSearch.
@Alex: There was already a feature to provide SafeSearch for Google, Bing, and YouTube. What was added was the ability to prevent access to all other search engines. I see that you've also created a new issue request about the DuckDuckGo issue, so we'll be in touch regarding that as well.
This feature has now been released in our dashboard :)
Just saw this but before you do this add DuckDuckGo to SafeSearch.
This will be in the next upcoming release.
Let me add that Google's so-called "safe-search" function is far, far effective. Figuring out how to *truly and fully* block all Google images searches (since their safe-search isn't adequate) without blocking all of Google and rolling that into this as a feature would a) be fantastic, and b) probably quadruple your business as soon as word got out. That's a key feature those of us in education have been hoping for.
Would there be a downside to blocking the search category and then whitelisting those sites that support safesearch (bing and google)?