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Crawler Parental Control


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Is there a way to get around this program called Crawler Parental control? The thing is, my dad installed it on my little brother's computer so he can control the time he spends on a computer but while he was at it he also put a 2 hour time restriction on my account too, and when the time runs out the account automaticly logs off. So it has nothing to do with the internet, it's just the time restriction because of us playing games too much (I'm 21 btw). What can I do to disable this on my account?

Sorry if the topic is posted in the wrong forum, I didn't know where to put it because it's a specific question.

Thanks.
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You will have to negotiate with your Dad.
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Given the fact that I haven't been talking to him for the last 2 months, that would be a bit hard...
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We don't have any way of verifying your age, and we don't give advice on how to bypass any restrictions, whether they're parental, corporate, etc. If you are indeed 21 then you are considered an adult and you'll need to resolve this on your own. We're not here to fix family issues.
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