How to block obscene sites in IE 5.5

  dandew 23:19 31 Oct 2003
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I would like to block obscene sites in an easy way.

I Tried this in IE Internet Options, but could get to no sites without entering password. Surely this is some use.



Please advise

Dan

  Belatucadrus 23:29 31 Oct 2003

Freeware Internet control :- Iprotectyou click here Weblocker click here

  dandew 23:04 01 Nov 2003

Thanks for that Belatucadrus.

I have downloaded these and will try them.

However I was looking for a normal retail product, problem is I will not pay for anything over the internet. These 2 seem to be americal and require registration and pay over the internet.

Just the same thank

  smegs 23:44 01 Nov 2003

Or U could goto "at the top of Outlook Express Page" Message, a Drop down pane comes up, Block sender. U will need to Highlight the Email Sender Blue.

  DieSse 00:03 02 Nov 2003

"I would like to block obscene sites"

Why do you need to block them - can you just not go to them?

Or do you want to stop other users from accessng them - ie children?

Or do you want to stop emails from them?

It's important to know what you want to do - becaise the actions are different in each case.

  Dave Bowman 00:31 02 Nov 2003

The link below is worth reading. The file will add a list of sites to the restricted sites zone if IE.

click here


Also check out the following.

click here

click here

  Belatucadrus 13:45 02 Nov 2003

dandew, both Iprotectyou & Weblocker offer free versions, payment isn't a problem.

  dandew 14:29 02 Nov 2003

Thanks everyone.

What I want is to DieSse

Or do you want to stop other users from accessng them - ie children?

Or do you want to stop emails from them?

Also Thanks Belatucadrus
I thought splash screens and reminders may be a problem.

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