eBlocker DIY

eBlocker Do It Yourself

With a few technical skills you can quickly assemble your own eBlocker. Simply download eBlockerOS here for free, install it on your Single Board Computer (SBC) and start surfing anonymously immediately.

What you need

  1. A Raspberry Pi or Banana Pi M2+
    Recommended buy: Raspberry Pi 4 with 2GB RAM
  2. Suitable SD card (min. 8Gb, Class 10, faster is better)
  3. Suitable power supply unit (min. 2A, 3A for Raspi 4)
  4. LAN-Cable
  5. Free LAN port in your router or switch
  6. PC/Mac with SD card reader
  7. The following instructions (please follow carefully)


1. Download eBlockerOS for Free

Here you can always find the latest eBlockerOS images. For historical reasons, you have to enter a license key once for activation, which you can find below.

eBlockerOS Download

eBlockerOS 2.5.x (stable beta version)
The following eBlockerOS images are based completely on the Open Source Code for the first time. Additionally, the underlying operating system (debian Linux 10 Buster) has been updated and numerous improvements have been made. Please find more information in the Release Notes, which will continue to be updated until the final release.

For the update to the final release you don’t have to do anything after the beta installation. Your eBlocker will update automatically.

eBlockerOS for Raspberry Pi 2-4 (565 MB Download) »
Hardware requirements: min. 1GB RAM

eBlockerOS for Banana Pi M2+ (561 MB Download) »
For the board of the eBlocker “white cube”. Download only for DIY enthusiasts! An automatic update for all white cubes is in work. Regular users should rather wait. We will inform you by newsletter as soon as it is available.

If you find bugs, please share via the forum only. Thanks!

2. Install eBlockerOS on SD Card

The software images must be installed on an SD card (min. 8GB, recommended class 10) with an easy-to-use program like Etcher. Etcher is free to download for Windows, MacOS and Linux.

Note: The image cannot simply be copied to the SD card using Windows Explorer, but must rather be installed. For the installation with Etcher the image does not need to be unpacked.

3. Connect SBC to Network

Install the prepared SD card in your SBC. Connect the SBC with a LAN cable to a free LAN port of your Internet router or with a free Ethernet port of your switch.

A connected monitor or keyboard is not needed!

Let’s go: Turn on your SBC and hook it up to the power.

Wait at least 5 minutes until eBlockerOS has started up and configured itself. Depending on the SBC used and the number of network devices, the first start may take some time. Stay patient


Make sure you’re using a separate power supply with at least 10 watts or 2A (15 watts / 3A for Raspberry Pi 4). Most standard USB ports on computers or routers do not have enough power and can cause sporadic errors.

4. Network Configuration


Visit http://setup.eblocker.com (not https). If everything works, the eBlocker icon automatically appears in the upper right corner of the screen.

You can see that the eBlocker OS is active and protects you. With a click on the icon the eBlockerOS Controlbar opens and allows you to further configure and access your control center. You can find your personal eBlocker Dashboard at http://eblocker.box, as soon as the eBlocker is active.

5. Enter License Key

With the following license key you can activate your eBlocker for free and permanently for all features:


License key for eBlockerOS without restrictions

You will receive free daily updates for your eBlocker as long as sufficient donations for the operation and maintenance are made. With the previous donations we have already licensed commercial filters (from Malware Patrol, among others) and thus offer the same scope of protection as the former commercial eBlocker.

6. Getting Started

First of all get familiar with the basic eBlocker functions, the dashboard and the settings. It is recommended to first enable HTTPS in eBlocker and install the eBlocker certificate on the clients. Then you should mark the trustworthy apps, otherwise you may experience problems with certain apps. In the eBlocker manual you will find all important information.

The initial configuration may take a while: But it’s worth it

7. Support and Technical Issues

For questions please check the eBlocker manual and the technical FAQs and the knowledge base of the eBlocker GmbH. If you need help, feel free to ask your questions in our forum, where users help each other.

Unfortunately we can not offer individual support by e-mail or phone.

We need your Engagement.

Our project needs your help. We would be very happy if you would like to support eBlocker with donations or volunteer with us.
With your help, we can keep eBlocker free and safe for everyone.

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