Password protect Internet access (Web surfing, Instant Messaging, email, etc.). Once you install the program, the Internet is blocked when Windows starts. Input a password to restore access. You can then access the Internet until you lock it again.
May 12, 2013 14:15:51
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Golf Handicapper 8.0.0 Golf Handicapper is a program that stores any number of scores for any number of players. It automatically calculates the handicap, net score, and index for each game for each player. Uses the slope method, and can be used with multiple golf courses.
Web Padlock 3.2 Web Padlock lets you control what Web pages can be viewed on your computer. It blocks other Web browsers ( Internet Explorer, etc.) from running. Only Web sites on Web Padlock's password-protected user-defined authorized list can be visited.
Description: Internet Password Lock is a software program for Windows 2000/XP/NT computers (does not work on Windows 95/98/Me) that allows you to password protect all access to the Internet. This includes Web surfing, Instant Messaging, and email. Parents can use Internet Password Lock to protect your children by making sure children do not use the Internet without a parent present. Businesses can use Internet Password Lock to lock out unauthorized Internet use. Once Internet Password Lock is installed, all Internet access will be blocked when Windows starts. To access the Internet, you must view the main Internet Password Lock screen by clicking on the Internet Password Lock icon on the system tray and then input a password (selected by you when you install Internet Password Lock). You can then access the Internet freely until you lock the Internet again using Internet Password Lock.
Attack Blocks Access to Popular Web Sites A widespread electronic attack on a company that handles traffic for some of the world's most-visited Web sites knocked several high-profile sites offline for at least 45 minutes early Tuesday.