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A TLD, or top-level domain, refers to the "main" domain of a full domain address and is generally the last part of what's known as a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). Both and are FQDNs, and both are under the .com TLD.

The list of TLDs includes countries and brands, as well as generic concepts and words like .doctor or .career.

To block a TLD, go to TLDs by country or brands and generics grouped together

Screenshot showing how to block a country TLD Screenshot showing how to block a generic TLD

Note: Blocking a TLD just places it on your blacklist like any other domain, so you can block a TLD we don't have listed by adding it to your blacklist

Screenshot illustrating how blocked TLDs are added to blacklist

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