The blacklists were incredibly simple to implement into RouterOS and once configured, the lists can be scheduled to update at regular intervals via the RouterOS system scheduler. Squidblacklist.org provides a list of available blacklists, but make sure to review the blacklist compatibility chart first, before implementing the list into your RouterOS configuration. In addition, you will need to change the “dst-path” value to an existing path for the script to work. If you want to download the blacklist to the root of your MikroTik you can delete the “dst-path” property and its value entirely. Also, make sure that the “in-interface” and “out-interface” property value is set to that of your network environments WAN interface. Should you choose the “All-In-One Firewall/Filter Setup” script (via copy/paste in the MikroTik terminal), you will need to enable the scheduled tasks, since they are disabled by default in the script.