when you type a domain name in your browser that you wish to connect to, your application must first convert it to an IP address that it will use to connect to.The way these hostnames are resolved to their mapped IP address is called Domain Name Resolution. On almost all operating systems whether they be Apple, Linux, Unix, Netware, or Windows the majority of resolutions from domain names to IP addresses are done through a procedure called DNS. DNS stands for Domain Name System and is the standard domain name resolution service used on the Internet , There is another way to resolve domain names without using the Domain Name System, and that is by using your HOSTS file. Almost every operating system that communicates via TCP/IP, the standard of communication on the Internet, has a file called the HOSTS file. This file allows you to create mappings between domain names and IP addresses Another way to think of a hosts file is as an address translator and redirector.
What is New (Thursday, 3 November 2022)
1. [ Fixed ] – Mouse flickering in HostName box
2. [ Fixed ] – Hosts file causes error if attributes are marked as hidden or system
3. [ Fixed ] – When trying to add “https://www.sordum.org/” it adds as “ww.sordum.org”
4. [ Fixed ] – Program doesn’t keep text mode after restart (Start in list mode)
5. [ Added ] – High contrast support
6. [ Added ] – Some code Improvements in the program
Bluelife hosts editör is a Portable Freeware hosts-file editor and Allows you to easily add/delete , Block , Update domain names to your hosts file , Simply type the hostname you wish to add in the first box and Select resolve domain names from the drop down menu then add in to the list with plus button
Finally use Save button (green button), if you want to Block a domain name you must select the appropriate option from the drop-down menu then use Save button , you can also use the right click menu to block , unblock … domain names on the list.
In some cases, windows can reset “Hosts” file to default state because of the Protection, you may need to use File – Hosts File – Add Exclusions to Windows Defender feature to avoid it. If you want to add a different “hosts” file to your system, you can use the File – Import List feature.
You can use the “Examples” menu to easily block some of the social media Web Pages like Facebook,Twitter or Youtube, Under the edit menu, you will find ; Delete dublicate hosts names, Delete comments,Delete Emty Lines,Incorrect Lines and replace IP with 0.0.0.0 – 127.0.0.1 or vice versa features.
BlueLife Hosts editor v1.2 has also Command Line Parameters support
Compatibility: Windows 11 , Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista , Winsows Xp – (both x86 and x64)
Supported Languages: English , Turkish , German , French , Russian , Chinese (Simplified) , Chinese (Traditional) , Italian , Dutch (Nederlands) , Greek , Persian , Portuguese , Polish , Hebrew , Romanian , Hungarian , Spanish , Korean , Vietnamese
File: hEdit_x64.exe │ Virustotal
File: hEdit.exe │ Virustotal
The program did not support multiple hostnames on the same line. You can use the program with the Options -> Text View option.
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Has a significant problem.
My hosts file is compacted for efficiency (9 records per line). Bluelifehosts shows the first record on each line as the host name and the rest as comments.
please add "DOH to resolve"
in censored country is necessary
Yes it works.
I used to use hostman. It doesn’t work any more for some reason. Maybe it’s Windows 11 problem.
Does this work on W11?
Thank you for this app! Can you add a DNS logger to add more sites, like adaway does for Android? Thanks in advance.
Can you add the ability to change the position of entries (move up, move down) or drag and drop?
There is always an Administrator Account
I think it was removed in this version for security reasons.
command IP cannot be customized
hEdit_x64.exe /A example.com 22.214.171.124
win10 don’t have administrator
I have been using this for many years and it has been of great help!
Thank you Adam
@Sordum Team, thank you so much.
Keep up the good work.