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is there a program out there that can block certain websites?


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shishomiru04

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hello, i'm looking for a program that will block access to certain websites and are only available thruogh the use of a password?


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On a web page, click tools, internet options, content, enable content advisor then set to suit, click apply, close the browser
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On a web page, click tools, internet options, content, enable content advisor then set to suit, click apply, close the browser



yeah i've tried that, but it makes me type a the password for every single site that i visit...i only want this to happppen with cetain sites
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There are many programs on the web that are capable of doing that. Why don't you search Google for some, as I might direct you to a program that you do not wish to use.
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There should be an option for always allow and always deny

If it is for a shared computer, look at the xp shared computer toolkit

http://www.microsoft...s/overview.mspx
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