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Thread: Parental control for search engines

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    gdenison Guest

    Default Parental control for search engines

    Using Microsoft Internet Explorer and Zone Alarm. What is the best way to allow searching, for example, Google or Yahoo but stopping Google Images or Yahoo Videos from being allowed???

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
    Software Version:6.0

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    ad_hock Guest

    Default Re: Parental control for search engines

    It's better to use the proper filter the search engine normally has. For example in google you may click preferences you may choose your options. With ZA you may give it a go when doing a seach having ad block at high and all the mobile code blocked.
    Best regards

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    gdenison Guest

    Default Re: Parental control for search engines



    Thanks for the info. Here is the specific situation we are facing. ZA blocks sites just fine, however,if you type in "sex" in Google it
    opens right up to numerous sites.

    Yes, you can set Google to block, but a child can change the access as Google
    has no password to get through. Is there a way to set
    ZA so when you type in words at Google it disallows access?




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