This webtool is unfortunately not available anymore. The DMOZ Internet Directory (also known as the Open Directory Project) closed down on March 17, 2017 when the parent company AOL decided to drop support for the site. The links on DMOZ were getting so outdated that the directory was of little value anymore. In general from an SEO perspective web directories have lost their mojo, but strategic backlinks are still golden. So website owners should continue seeking backlinks from many diverse sources including categorically related sites, partner sites, news organizations, bloggers, and social media.