Block or allow visiting selected websites in Internet Explorer. This parental control software filters internet content by domain name, stop words or wildcard. Features include blocking file downloads, browsing only allowed sites, password protection
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Description: AllowBlock is a parental and internet access control software designed with a safety in mind. Its web content filter blocks or allows visiting selected websites in Internet Explorer. Manage exactly what websites are allowed for visiting and what are blocked. You may create two lists of websites: allowed and blocked. If a website that user is about to visit is on the allowed list the browser seemlessly displayes the contents of the webpage; if it is on a blocked list then the browser is forwarded to a blocked information page. Additional options include filtering websites by stop words in URL, blocking file downloads and allowing browsing only web addresses on the allowed list. Password protection access mode and password protected uninstall features are included. Install AllowBlock and enjoy internet safety and safe surfing.
Hidetools Parental Control 8.4.7 Our Parental Control secretly monitors your child's computer activities and restricts access to harmful internet content and prohibited applications. The program is invisible and
Kiddie phones have parental controls For better or worse - and some privacy and children's advocates say worse - several companies offer or will soon offer child-oriented mobile phones. These include the two that I'm reviewing this week: Firefly from Firefly Mobile, and TicTalk from Enfora a