Free software to block access to certain websites?

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nev308 Fri 13-Jul-12 21:51:43

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aqualee Sat 08-Oct-11 09:14:49

beside norton, you can use another software, for example net nanny and Bsecure.
my husband setup bsecure in my pc...
i don't know what bsecure is, until my husband give a link, he said i can spread this link to another mom how's care to their children
here's the link that my husband give to me
www.techyv.com/article/keep-your-computer-protected-bsecure-online-v616
i hope that link useful

CHC74 Thu 29-Sep-11 12:35:53

Norton Online Family is brilliant - and it's free!

https://onlinefamily.norton.com/familysafety/loginStart.fs

CornishMade Sat 03-Sep-11 14:05:09

Thank you!

twotesttickles Sat 03-Sep-11 07:25:48

FoxFilter or Procon then?

CornishMade Fri 02-Sep-11 23:46:08

Thanks two - I did read about that actually but we've been using Firefox and would like to continue.
It was a downloadable program that I read about - I should have written down the name...

twotesttickles Fri 02-Sep-11 20:23:51

If you are using Internet Explorer you can block it from the Tools menu. Google to find instructions. You can specify specific websites which are verboten.

CornishMade Fri 02-Sep-11 12:54:23

I read in a newspaper article a few months ago about some downloadable software that could block access to named websites, but I can't remember its name. There may be a few that do this. I had a look at K9 but this seems to block by theme, not by named website (I may be wrong!). Any advice? Thanks.

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