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#1 Sanders

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 07:17 PM

Do you want to block ** web sites on your computer to keep a clean internet surfing?

Do you want to filter ** content from the internet to Protect your children?

There are many ways to filter ** web sites.

Incompletely ** filtering methods:

1. Modify the windows hosts file

Locate your HOSTS file. The hosts file is located in different places depending on your Windows version.

For XP/VISTA it is located in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC directory.

For 2000 it is located in the C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC or C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC folder,

depending on the nature of your Windows install

To view the contents of this file, browse to the location of the file and double click on it. You will be asked

whether you want to search the internet for a program to open the file or if you wish to choose from a list.

Choose the list option and open the file with Notepad. You can now view all of the websites that are being

blocked.
To manually block a site, go to the bottom of the file and on a new line type “127.0.0.1

siteyouwanttoblock.com” without using quotes. This will block siteyouwanttoblock.com. Repeat the process

for any other sites you wish to block, and then save the file by going to File>Save.

2. Use OpenDNS

If you want to filter what can and can NOT be seen on the Internet, you can use OpenDNS. Schools and

government office use it… and its free.

Warning: With above two ** filtering methods, you can still visit websites you blocked with a web proxy. To

completely block websites, you may need a professional ** Filter.

Completely ** filtering method:

3. Use a professional ** filter.

The best method is to use ** Filter, for example, Aobo ** Fiter to block unwanted websites and filter ** websites on your computer.

** Filter works with all popular web browsers. It can:

Filter ** web sites automatically
Running in stealth and undetectable mode
Blocks all ** web sites before they loaded to web browsers
Password protected, so that no one can bypass the blocker
To get a website unblocked by Aobo ** Filter. You can easily add it to the ** Filter White List.


Mac OS X ** filtering method:
There are also ** filtering for Mac OS X you can use parental control software from parental control software
Or OpenDNS from http://www.opendns.com

Final Review:

If you only want to block one or two websites, and there is no need to worry about someone bypassing the

blocker with a web proxy. You can just modify the hosts file of your Windows.

If you want to block most of ** web sites, and there is no need to worry about someone bypassing the

blocker with a web proxy. You can use opendns from OpenDNS

If you need to filter all ** web sites, and worry about someone may modify your settings or bypass the

blocker with a web proxy. Then you need a professional ** filter

Just a few tips^^
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#2 Irfan_A

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 03:53 AM

Good tips.
Perhaps for ** filter, there are free ones, like K9 and Naomi.
Many antivirus include in their engine with parental control and web guard to block unwanted sites.
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#3 UbuntuX

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 07:45 AM

No Thanks I am the only one who use my computer
so it doesn't matter :-P
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#4 sheva249

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Posted 08 April 2010 - 09:30 PM

I am real sick of these pornography contents. Hope that it will work for me so thanks in advance.
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Posted 18 April 2010 - 01:02 AM

:w00t:
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#6 Dogg

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 05:42 AM

You can use KeyBag ,it' s key logger as well.I use it.It's programm recorder all what happens on computer.
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