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    Tips for you to restrict sites in your computer

    Internet Explorer offers the ability for heighten security and privacy. You can block a site by following

    the directions below:
    *. Load your Internet explorer
    2. Click Tools
    *. Click Internet Options
    4. Click the Privacy tab
    5. Under the Privacy window, Click Sites
    6. Type in the site address that you want to Block and Click OK.
    Note: this technique only blocks on one site at a time. Parental control software will allow you to block

    multiple sites and categories.

    Another simple trick is using the hosts file, and it goes this way
    *. Open MyComputer
    2. Browse C: (or your Operating system drive)
    *. Browse Windows –>System*2–>drivers–>etc
    So the Location will be C:\WINDOWS\system*2\drivers\etc
    In the etc folder look for the file hosts
    4. Open this file hosts with notepad.
    5. At the bottom of the file, add the line as shown below:
    Code:
        *27.0.0.* www.xxx.com
        *27.0.0.* www.xxx.com
        ...
    7. Save the file.
    Note: In this way add any number of sites you want, however you will need to prefix it with

    "*27.0.0.*".

    A better way is to use a [url=http://www.aobo-porn-filter.com]web fliter[/url] software to block

    unwanted websites on your computer. You can add the websites you don't want to blacklist or just set

    keywords to block websites, games and programs. And it works in stealth mode, and won't show in

    the task manager. With password protection so that no one can change your settings without

    password.

    Windows Vista Web filtering method:
    *. Open Parental Controls by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under User

    Accounts, clicking Set up Parental Controls. If you are prompted for an administrator password or

    confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
    2. Click the account that you want to set up the web filter for.
    *. Under Parental Controls, click On.
    4. Click Windows Vista Web Filter.
    5. Click Block some websites or content.
    6. Click Edit the Allow and block list.
    7. In the Website address box, type the address for the website you want to allow or block, and then

    click Allow or Block.

    Mac OS X Web filtering method:
    There are also Mac OS X you parental control software from [url=http://www.mac-spy-software.com]

    parental control software[/url] Or OpenDNS from [url]http://www.opendns.com[/url]

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    Nice tips i like your post thanks for information
    Last edited by gordo; 05-05-2010 at 07:11 AM.

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    useful information , as for me I like to use ActyMac DutyWatch

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    Tips for you to restrict sites in your computer

    thanks for the hackers side of security. Very informative.

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    Re: Tips for you to restrict sites in your computer

    Hi, It is great tip to block the unwanted website. I think it is useful for me because I am addict of internet and open to many websites. I am need of the tool which help me to the block the all adult sites. Do you have any idea?
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    Tips for you to restrict sites in your computer

    Thanks for the link, Patrick

    Very useful and professionally presented stuff on this site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolter View Post
    useful information , as for me I like to use ActyMac DutyWatch
    +*! very good program, use it few months)

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    Hi,A bi-directional firewall such as ZoneAlarm* and Personal Firewall 5 will monitor both inbound and outbound traffic preventing Trojans and backdoor programs from functioning.Encrypt your e-mail and embed an identifying key.Always be cautious on the internet and downloading anything you are not sure is safe or know where it came from.

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    Very useful tips..
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    It is very nice information to block the unwanted websites on your computer.
    I think it is useful for me because I am very curious of internet and open to many websites.
    Thanks for sharing nice tips..

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    Hi all

    very nice post

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    Every new electonic or social media advance presents new challenges for parents. Actually one of my child is using facebook. I want to monitor her on facebook. What sould I do? I don't know what date of birth she used. I don't know much. I cannot talk to her. Theres a few people from her school that I'm really concerned about. Is it OK if I use a service such as [URL="http://www.parental-controls-software.net"]Mac keylogger[/URL], [URL="http://www.keylogger-mac.com"]keylogger Mac[/URL], [URL="http://www.keylogger4u.com"]keylogger for Mac[/URL] to see who's she is chatting with and what they are talking about?
    Last edited by Emma; 11-14-2011 at 02:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma View Post
    Every new electonic or social media advance presents new challenges for parents. Actually one of my child is using facebook. I want to monitor her on facebook. What sould I do? I don't know what date of birth she used. I don't know much. I cannot talk to her. Theres a few people from her school that I'm really concerned about. Is it OK if I use a service to see who's she is chatting with and what they are talking about?
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