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Q&A: I need a program and keeps certain people out of certain sites, sort of like a proxy?

April 28, 2012 by admin  
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Question by zdmatty: I need a program and keeps certain people out of certain sites, sort of like a proxy?

I need to keep out my husband and kid out of R rated sites and such. I was wondering if there is a program that can stop them from being able to get into them without a proxy server. Or if it takes a proxy server, how do i set one up?

Best answer:

Answer by Ti_Cool_Tech
If you have a router, you can specify content ratings on it. If you are using windows, you can use the parental controls feature….

That’s what it is designed for…

Us can also subscribe to services like netnanny….

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7 Responses to “Q&A: I need a program and keeps certain people out of certain sites, sort of like a proxy?”
  1. Mike D says:

    Here’s a free proxy created today:

    http://arecool.info/1a/

    -Unblock ANY Website
    -watch youtube videos
    -download up to 100 MB
    -hide you IP and stay anonymous
    -Fast and hosted on a dedicated server

    I get new proxies here everyday:
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  2. Alma L says:

    hi you can try this one:

    surfblast.info

  3. megustaspam says:

    Why the hell are you trying to censor what websites your husband can go to? How would you like if he installed a filter on your computer? You realize that R-rated content isn’t much at all, a 17 year old can see a R-rated movie, but your husband can’t? Do you mean NC-17 or X?

    Women like you need to be put in place.

    And all these hacks spamming their proxies on here need to read the fucking question first.

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