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Old 2009-08-28, 04:22   Link #1
Jill Valentine
 
 
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Internet Filters

I need one that filters all the adult content (words that typed/ websites visited) and take's screenshots of the internet when it's active, oh and password protected so no one can open it but the owner. I had one that done that but i don't remember the name
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Old 2009-08-28, 05:41   Link #2
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Hmm, never try any of these (as I use my computer for myself), but some quick look at google and other sites gives me the K9 Web Protection, which is available for free download.

However, there's already some built in features from the operating system if you're using Vista. More information :
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...-controls.aspx

And, if you're sharing your internet connection for multiple computers, I think it's the best to set this via your firewall/routers/servers.
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Old 2009-08-28, 09:47   Link #3
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OpenDNS also provides the ability to filter all the websites you specify to block which you can apply to the whole network. You need to change the DNS settings on your router, create a OpenDNS account and install the updater. Then, click on settings and then click Custom. Then select the content you want to block and then save it. It will be applied in a few minutes...

To check the activity of blocked sites, go to Sites > Blocked Domains and it will show you a list of sites that were blocked.
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Old 2009-09-03, 16:48   Link #4
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I cannot offer "Screenshots" but I can recommend some free software that logs data and allows you to set levels of filtration [as recently found by Furuno]. K9 Web Protection, which I have installed for a personal client, allows you to set up a Web filter. The link is here -> http://www1.k9webprotection.com/ . It will allow you to password protect pages that are of concern, go into Supervisor mode so that you could circumvent the filter, and many other features such as logs.
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