Showing posts with label Anti Porn. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Anti Porn. Show all posts

Block Sites With Idderall

To block sites you don't like, you can install the Chrome extension TinyFilter as mentioned before.
The following will show you another similar extension — Idderall, which is available for you to block sites in a funny way on your Firefox browser.
After installation, you can follow the 6-step instructions to add blocked sites, to schedule the block time, and to choose an unblock way step by step.
Comparing to TinyFilter, Idderall has the following 3 obvious advantages:

I. 3 ways to unblock

3 ways to unblock
If you need to get access to blocked sites or to change your settings, you will suffer from one of the following 3 deterrents:
1. Email
You can enter a friend's email address, then Idderall will send the unblock password to it.
2. Facebook
When connecting to your Facebook account, Idderall will post something that maybe embarrass you on your timeline.
3. PayPal
You can also set an amount of money you would like to donate to the extension author, and pay it via PayPal when you give up.
Among the above 3 deterrents, the first one will be harmless if you are using your own email address instead of your friend's, the second one will embarrass you mostly, and the third one will lost your money.

II. 2 ways to block

How To Block Sites With Idderall
To block a website, you can add its domain to any group of the block list on the Settings page, or select the "Quick Block" option by clicking on the extension icon on the Add-on bar.

III. No way to give up without deterrent

1 way to regeret
When there is any active block, you can't disable the extension, even although you can remove it, the block settings will be still workable when you reinstall it during the scheduled time.
Bonus: How to hack Idderall
If you REALLY want to access a blocked site but not to suffer from deterrents, you can reinstall your Firefox, but remember to back up your bookmarks and extensions first, or you will lost everything stored on the browser.
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Block Porn Sites With MetaSurf

To block porn sites, you can check out Idderall, StayFocused, TinyFilter, or some other extensions as mentioned before.
The following will show you another good one — MetaSurf, which is a Firefox extension for you to block porn sites in the following 2 steps:
1. To enable MetaSurf
Block porn sites with MetaSurf
After installation, the MetaSurf is disabled as default, you need to open the Firefox "Add-on Menager" page, find the Metacert extension in the "Extensions" setting window, and click the "Preferences" button to enable it.
2. To set up MetaSurf password
metacert-settings
When MetaSurf is enabled, you need to set up a password, which will be required when you are going to disable the extension later.
After that, you can start to block more than 635 million porn sites automatically, which means that you don't need to create black lists yourself.
For any of those supported porn sites on any search result pages, you can see an "AE" icon in the end of its title, clicking on which, you will see nothing but an alert window, as what you can see from the following image:
block-porn-sites-with-metasurf
And if you enter the URL of a porn site into the Firefox address bar, you can also see nothing but just the alert window.
While you don't need to add porn sites one by one, you can't add any other porn sites which are not detected by MetaSurf itself. But luckily, MetaSurf says that the supported porn sites will increase daily.

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Block Porn Sites With MetaSurf

To block porn sites, you can check out Idderall, StayFocused, TinyFilter, or some other extensions as mentioned before.
The following will show you another good one — MetaSurf, which is a Firefox extension for you to block porn sites in the following 2 steps:
1. To enable MetaSurf
Block porn sites with MetaSurf
After installation, the MetaSurf is disabled as default, you need to open the Firefox "Add-on Menager" page, find the Metacert extension in the "Extensions" setting window, and click the "Preferences" button to enable it.
2. To set up MetaSurf password
metacert-settings
When MetaSurf is enabled, you need to set up a password, which will be required when you are going to disable the extension later.
After that, you can start to block more than 635 million porn sites automatically, which means that you don't need to create black lists yourself.
For any of those supported porn sites on any search result pages, you can see an "AE" icon in the end of its title, clicking on which, you will see nothing but an alert window, as what you can see from the following image:
block-porn-sites-with-metasurf
And if you enter the URL of a porn site into the Firefox address bar, you can also see nothing but just the alert window.
While you don't need to add porn sites one by one, you can't add any other porn sites which are not detected by MetaSurf itself. But luckily, MetaSurf says that the supported porn sites will increase daily.

Read More »

Block Porn Sites With MetaSurf

To block porn sites, you can check out Idderall, StayFocused, TinyFilter, or some other extensions as mentioned before.
The following will show you another good one — MetaSurf, which is a Firefox extension for you to block porn sites in the following 2 steps:
1. To enable MetaSurf
Block porn sites with MetaSurf
After installation, the MetaSurf is disabled as default, you need to open the Firefox "Add-on Menager" page, find the Metacert extension in the "Extensions" setting window, and click the "Preferences" button to enable it.
2. To set up MetaSurf password
metacert-settings
When MetaSurf is enabled, you need to set up a password, which will be required when you are going to disable the extension later.
After that, you can start to block more than 635 million porn sites automatically, which means that you don't need to create black lists yourself.
For any of those supported porn sites on any search result pages, you can see an "AE" icon in the end of its title, clicking on which, you will see nothing but an alert window, as what you can see from the following image:
block-porn-sites-with-metasurf
And if you enter the URL of a porn site into the Firefox address bar, you can also see nothing but just the alert window.
While you don't need to add porn sites one by one, you can't add any other porn sites which are not detected by MetaSurf itself. But luckily, MetaSurf says that the supported porn sites will increase daily.

Read More »

Block Porn Sites With FoxFilter

To block porn sites, you can check out MetaSurf as mentioned before.
The following will show you another similar Firefox add-on — FoxFilter, which is easier for you to block porn sites.
After installation, you can start to block porn sites directly without any settings, since all the URLs with the filtered domains or keywords (such as porn) will automatically be blocked.
And when opening a site which is blocked, you can see nothing but an alert tab like the following:
Block Porn Sites With FoxFilter
On the tab, you can see the reason why the site is blocked, such as the following one:
Reason: Found the keyword 'porn' in the page's URL
And if you would like to get access to the blocked site any way, you can click on the "trust site" button in the same alert tab.
While you can unblocked a site in one click, you can't block it again, and you can't block any other sites which are not included in the FoxFliter's black list, either, same as what you can't do with MetaSurf.
By the way, Foxfilter is also available for you to enable password protection and to share your settings with other computers, but both of which are NOT free.
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Block Porn Sites With FoxFilter

To block porn sites, you can check out MetaSurf as mentioned before.
The following will show you another similar Firefox add-on — FoxFilter, which is easier for you to block porn sites.
After installation, you can start to block porn sites directly without any settings, since all the URLs with the filtered domains or keywords (such as porn) will automatically be blocked.
And when opening a site which is blocked, you can see nothing but an alert tab like the following:
Block Porn Sites With FoxFilter
On the tab, you can see the reason why the site is blocked, such as the following one:
Reason: Found the keyword 'porn' in the page's URL
And if you would like to get access to the blocked site any way, you can click on the "trust site" button in the same alert tab.
While you can unblocked a site in one click, you can't block it again, and you can't block any other sites which are not included in the FoxFliter's black list, either, same as what you can't do with MetaSurf.
By the way, Foxfilter is also available for you to enable password protection and to share your settings with other computers, but both of which are NOT free.
Read More »

Block Sites With Idderall

To block sites you don't like, you can install the Chrome extension TinyFilter as mentioned before.
The following will show you another similar extension — Idderall, which is available for you to block sites in a funny way on your Firefox browser.
After installation, you can follow the 6-step instructions to add blocked sites, to schedule the block time, and to choose an unblock way step by step.
Comparing to TinyFilter, Idderall has the following 3 obvious advantages:

I. 3 ways to unblock

3 ways to unblock
If you need to get access to blocked sites or to change your settings, you will suffer from one of the following 3 deterrents:
1. Email
You can enter a friend's email address, then Idderall will send the unblock password to it.
2. Facebook
When connecting to your Facebook account, Idderall will post something that maybe embarrass you on your timeline.
3. PayPal
You can also set an amount of money you would like to donate to the extension author, and pay it via PayPal when you give up.
Among the above 3 deterrents, the first one will be harmless if you are using your own email address instead of your friend's, the second one will embarrass you mostly, and the third one will lost your money.

II. 2 ways to block

How To Block Sites With Idderall
To block a website, you can add its domain to any group of the block list on the Settings page, or select the "Quick Block" option by clicking on the extension icon on the Add-on bar.

III. No way to give up without deterrent

1 way to regeret
When there is any active block, you can't disable the extension, even although you can remove it, the block settings will be still workable when you reinstall it during the scheduled time.
Bonus: How to hack Idderall
If you REALLY want to access a blocked site but not to suffer from deterrents, you can reinstall your Firefox, but remember to back up your bookmarks and extensions first, or you will lost everything stored on the browser.
Read More »

Block Sites With Idderall

To block sites you don't like, you can install the Chrome extension TinyFilter as mentioned before.
The following will show you another similar extension — Idderall, which is available for you to block sites in a funny way on your Firefox browser.
After installation, you can follow the 6-step instructions to add blocked sites, to schedule the block time, and to choose an unblock way step by step.
Comparing to TinyFilter, Idderall has the following 3 obvious advantages:

I. 3 ways to unblock

3 ways to unblock
If you need to get access to blocked sites or to change your settings, you will suffer from one of the following 3 deterrents:
1. Email
You can enter a friend's email address, then Idderall will send the unblock password to it.
2. Facebook
When connecting to your Facebook account, Idderall will post something that maybe embarrass you on your timeline.
3. PayPal
You can also set an amount of money you would like to donate to the extension author, and pay it via PayPal when you give up.
Among the above 3 deterrents, the first one will be harmless if you are using your own email address instead of your friend's, the second one will embarrass you mostly, and the third one will lost your money.

II. 2 ways to block

How To Block Sites With Idderall
To block a website, you can add its domain to any group of the block list on the Settings page, or select the "Quick Block" option by clicking on the extension icon on the Add-on bar.

III. No way to give up without deterrent

1 way to regeret
When there is any active block, you can't disable the extension, even although you can remove it, the block settings will be still workable when you reinstall it during the scheduled time.
Bonus: How to hack Idderall
If you REALLY want to access a blocked site but not to suffer from deterrents, you can reinstall your Firefox, but remember to back up your bookmarks and extensions first, or you will lost everything stored on the browser.
Read More »

How To Block Sites You Don’t Like With TinyFilter

When you want your children to stay away from porn sites, when you do not like to waste too much time on dating sites, or when you think some sites are really ridiculous, you can block them.
So, how to block those sites you don't like to see on your browsers? You can check out TinyFilter, which is a free Chrome extension for you to do that.
After installation, you can see the extension icon in the Toolbar, clicking on the icon on any webpage, you can block it if you do not like to open it again, or you can trust it if you like to see it.
When a webpage is blocked, its entire site will be blocked, for example, if you have blocked the following webpage:
http://freenuts.com/about
Then, all the webpages of the freenuts.com site will be blocked, as what you can see from the following image:
How To Block Sites You Don't Like With TinyFilter
The above is the default and most easy way to use TinyFilter, and if you would like to make some customization, you can click the "Option" item from the extension icon, then you can see a window like the following:
Tinyfilter Options
In the Options window, you can make the following 5 interesting settings:
1. Enable Password Protection
If you set a password, then you will need to enter the password every time when blocking or trusting a site.
2. Change warning message
As default, when visiting a blocked site, you will see the following message:
This page is unavailable due to policy restrictions.
Which you can replace with any other message you like.
3. Redirect blocked sites
You can redirect all the blocked sites to any site you like.
4. Add blocked keywords
When adding a blocked keyword, all the webpages included the keyword in the URL will be blocked.
5. Enable Profanity Filter
When adding a profanity word (such as "asshole"), then which will be replaced with "***" in any webpage, such as what you can see from the following image:
TinyFilter Profanity Filter
As default, there are already some profanity words, blocked keywords, blocked sites and trusted sites, which you can delete any time.
By the way, you can uncheck the "Enable Content Filter" option to disable the filters, and even check the "Stop all traffic" option to block all the sites in the world.
Although TinyFilter provides support for list subscriptions, which are supposed to use and update the filter settings from others, but during my test, this feature is disabled as default, and when you enable it, nothing will happen indeed.
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How To Block Sites You Don’t Like With TinyFilter

When you want your children to stay away from porn sites, when you do not like to waste too much time on dating sites, or when you think some sites are really ridiculous, you can block them.
So, how to block those sites you don't like to see on your browsers? You can check out TinyFilter, which is a free Chrome extension for you to do that.
After installation, you can see the extension icon in the Toolbar, clicking on the icon on any webpage, you can block it if you do not like to open it again, or you can trust it if you like to see it.
When a webpage is blocked, its entire site will be blocked, for example, if you have blocked the following webpage:
http://freenuts.com/about
Then, all the webpages of the freenuts.com site will be blocked, as what you can see from the following image:
How To Block Sites You Don't Like With TinyFilter
The above is the default and most easy way to use TinyFilter, and if you would like to make some customization, you can click the "Option" item from the extension icon, then you can see a window like the following:
Tinyfilter Options
In the Options window, you can make the following 5 interesting settings:
1. Enable Password Protection
If you set a password, then you will need to enter the password every time when blocking or trusting a site.
2. Change warning message
As default, when visiting a blocked site, you will see the following message:
This page is unavailable due to policy restrictions.
Which you can replace with any other message you like.
3. Redirect blocked sites
You can redirect all the blocked sites to any site you like.
4. Add blocked keywords
When adding a blocked keyword, all the webpages included the keyword in the URL will be blocked.
5. Enable Profanity Filter
When adding a profanity word (such as "asshole"), then which will be replaced with "***" in any webpage, such as what you can see from the following image:
TinyFilter Profanity Filter
As default, there are already some profanity words, blocked keywords, blocked sites and trusted sites, which you can delete any time.
By the way, you can uncheck the "Enable Content Filter" option to disable the filters, and even check the "Stop all traffic" option to block all the sites in the world.
Although TinyFilter provides support for list subscriptions, which are supposed to use and update the filter settings from others, but during my test, this feature is disabled as default, and when you enable it, nothing will happen indeed.
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Block Porn Sites With Anti-Porn And WebFilter

If your kids are too young to understand sex, you'd better block porn sites and keep them away from your kids when they are online.
To do so, you can check out MetaSurf and FoxFilter extensions as mentioned before, the following will show you another 2 — Anti-Porn and WebFilter, both of which are offered by Cloudacl, and available for you block porn sites on both Firefox and Chrome, while WebFilter is also available for you to block gambling, online game, social-networking and some other sites.
For more details about the differences between Anti-Porn and WebFilter, you can check out the following 2 screenshots:

1. Anti-Porn
Block Porn Sites With Anti-Porn And WebFilter
As what you can see from the above image, Anti-Porn will block 3 different categories, which include virus, sex, drugs and some other topics.
2. WebFilter
antiporn-options-firefox
Besides all the 3 which Anti-Porn blocks, WebFilter will also block another 6 categories, which include bandwidth, weapon, online game, and some other topics.
Except the filtered categories, all the other features between Anti-Porn and WebFilter are same, which means that you can choose parent or kids working mode, enable password protection, receive email alerts, add black/white list, etc.
By the way, you need to sign up a Cloudacl account to enable password protection and receive email alerts.
In fact, the above image is a screenshot of Anti-Porn, not WebFilter, since both of them are same in the Firefox version.
Whether for Anti-Porn or WebFilter, you can start to block porn sites after installation, and when visiting a blocked site, you can see nothing but an alert page, such as the following:
cloudacl-web-access-blocked
On the alert page, you can see the blocked domain and the reason why it is blocked (category).
During my test, the black and white lists are not stable, since sometimes they work, and sometimes they don't, whether in parent or kids working mode, whether with password protection or not, whether in Chrome or Firefox.
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Block Porn Sites With Anti-Porn And WebFilter

If your kids are too young to understand sex, you'd better block porn sites and keep them away from your kids when they are online.
To do so, you can check out MetaSurf and FoxFilter extensions as mentioned before, the following will show you another 2 — Anti-Porn and WebFilter, both of which are offered by Cloudacl, and available for you block porn sites on both Firefox and Chrome, while WebFilter is also available for you to block gambling, online game, social-networking and some other sites.
For more details about the differences between Anti-Porn and WebFilter, you can check out the following 2 screenshots:

1. Anti-Porn
Block Porn Sites With Anti-Porn And WebFilter
As what you can see from the above image, Anti-Porn will block 3 different categories, which include virus, sex, drugs and some other topics.
2. WebFilter
antiporn-options-firefox
Besides all the 3 which Anti-Porn blocks, WebFilter will also block another 6 categories, which include bandwidth, weapon, online game, and some other topics.
Except the filtered categories, all the other features between Anti-Porn and WebFilter are same, which means that you can choose parent or kids working mode, enable password protection, receive email alerts, add black/white list, etc.
By the way, you need to sign up a Cloudacl account to enable password protection and receive email alerts.
In fact, the above image is a screenshot of Anti-Porn, not WebFilter, since both of them are same in the Firefox version.
Whether for Anti-Porn or WebFilter, you can start to block porn sites after installation, and when visiting a blocked site, you can see nothing but an alert page, such as the following:
cloudacl-web-access-blocked
On the alert page, you can see the blocked domain and the reason why it is blocked (category).
During my test, the black and white lists are not stable, since sometimes they work, and sometimes they don't, whether in parent or kids working mode, whether with password protection or not, whether in Chrome or Firefox.
Read More »