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Internet website filtering

Controled access to individual websites or entire categories of websites. Whitelist or blacklist approach. User-level adjustments. Password protected access and custom warning message.

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Choose from almost 50 pre-set categories or select specific websites to block (blacklist). With just a click you can deny access to websites with adult content, guns, drugs, and more. You can also put specific blocks on Facebook, YouTube or any other website that you deem inappropriate.


Another option is to put a full block on EVERY website and select only those sites you wish for your children to access (whitelist). For example, in less than a minute, you can set your computer to allow access to only Disney.com or Nickelodean.com. As an employer, you can set your corporate intranet to prevent users from ‘stumbling onto’ wrong, inappropriate or time wasting websites.


User-level settings

Website blocking can be either global or set at the user level. Do you allow your 16-year-old to have a social networking profile, but feel your 12-year-old isn’t ready for it yet? Not a problem. Simply block the website for the younger user’s account and keep access open for your older child.

Custom warning message and password protected access

You can create a custom message to be displayed when someone tries to access a forbidden website. When an attempt is made to visit the site, your personal message will appear instead of the webpage. PC Pandora allows you to password-protect restricted websites. The user receives a prompt to enter credentials set by you to access the restricted website.

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