looking for child protect......

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by lasu, Mar 19, 2005.

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  1. lasu

    lasu Registered Member

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    hi to all,
    im trying to get a friend of mine to drop aol. he wont because of the soft that aol uses to protect his children from bad sites. is there a free prog that will do the same, that he can use at different isp?
    great site! i registered along time ago but that username/password would not work so i had to re-registered today.
    thanks,
    l
     
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  4. lasu

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    thanks bigbuck,
    ill check it out.
    l
     
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    Cheers. I'll keep looking, but you should find a few links to follow in those...
     
  6. lasu

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    hi bigbuck,
    thanks for all the links! i have picked out 2 free prog for my friend. ill be at his house tomorrow morn and ill see which one he likes (probably "snap"). anything to get him/them off aol!!
    thanks again for your help,
    l
    dont know why my original username wouldnt work. maybe too old?
    again, thanks!
     
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    I'll alert the admins to this issue. Explanation to follow. ;)


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  8. Bubba

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    To help assist the Admins....what was you other user name ?

    If by chance there was a quirk in your password....or you forgot the password....you can follow the below link and have your password reset.

    This FAQ---> I lost my password, what can I do?
     
  9. lasu

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    thank you snowbound. much appreciated!
    bubba: username was enigma. ive also changed my isp since i registered using that username.
    thanks,
    l
     
  10. Michael_aust

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    There is a nifty lttle program on my computer. We bought it as a family pc from Tesco and it came with two children protectiony type programs one called Pixalaert which takes a little thumb nail picture of pictures it feels to be pornographic or violent etc anyhtign unsuitible for children and the second is pceye2000. im not sure If you can buy these anywhere beause I havent sene them anywhere other then with computers made by IQON. I dont know if any one has seen the picalert before but here is a shot of it.
    Sorry I dont have a screne shot of pceye2000 as I have disabled it and never started it.
     

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    Pceye200 keeps a log of everything that haoppens it is meant to have really good options for chat room moniroing and things. It can tell you the user who carried out the action the time what program it was with for how long they were doing it, how long they stayed at a webpage for allsorts.

    I dont know these are any help

    the addrss for pixalert is www.pixalert.com

    Michael :)
     
  12. enigma

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    hi lowwatermark,
    all works fine now in regards to your pm:). i can use enigma.
    thank you for your help.

    thanks to all who helped me with this. my friend has chosen snap and seems to be quite happy with it:)
    again thanks to all for your help
    l
     
  13. iceni60

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    is this the type of program you want?

    B Gone is a content filter for parents, children, and anyone else wishing to keep their internet experience pleasant.

    This program allows you to block site's, based on keywords in the browsers caption bar (such as on this page, you will see "Ur I.T. Mate Group Product Support - B Gone").

    http://support.it-mate.co.uk/?mode=Products&p=bgone
     
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