For Hosts WhitelistingJune 2, 2023 at 11:22 AM Edit on GitHub
RSS-Bridge supports whitelists in order to limit the available bridges on your web server.
A default whitelist file (
whitelist.default.txt) is shipped with RSS-Bridge. Please do not edit this file, as it gets replaced when upgrading RSS-Bridge!
You should, however, use this file as template to create your own whitelist (or leave it as is, to keep the default bridges). In order to create your own whitelist perform following actions:
- Copy the file
whitelist.default.txtin the RSS-Bridge root folder
- Rename the new file to
- Change the lines to satisfy your requirements
RSS-Bridge will automatically detect the
whitelist.txt and use it. If the file doesn’t exist it will default to
In order to specifically whitelist bridges, open
whitelist.txt and add one line for each bridge you want to show. Make sure you use normal line-feeds at the end of a line (LF not CRLF). The bridge name must match the filename of the bridge in the bridges folder (see folder structure). The name may or may not include the ‘Bridge’ part.
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In order to globally whitelist all bridges, open the
whitelist.txt file, remove all contents and just write an asterisk
* into the file (only this one character).