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1answer
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How to enforce blocking of sites if Opera is installed?

With Opera Turbo active, sites blocked in etc/hosts can be still visited. (Turbo takes their content from Opera servers.) It there a way to create (1) blacklist of sites (not editable by users) ...
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0answers
493 views

cant access my site is my ip blocked by ISP

I want to know if my ISP has blocked my website www.indolog.com . If i use another ISP it works fine. Below are the tracert log C:\>tracert www.indolog.com Tracing route to indolog.com ...
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2answers
94 views

Block internet access if unaproved site is visited

When a child gets of an age of curiousity with adult content sites (that are so easily accessible) and having to have both my wife and I work leaves time where little oversite can be managed. My ...
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1answer
63 views

Windows 7 is blocking on website I can't even load it

I desactivated the antivirus, firewall, went to internet options privacy added to the allow list for SITES and nothing happened. Windows defender its already OFF. Checked using HIDEMYASS and could ...
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1answer
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Block websites in google chrome incognito mode?

I try a lot of website blocker extension for chrome, but these extension not working in incognito mode. How can I block a website completely in Google chrome? Thank you for the answers.
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3answers
7k views

How can I block websites in Windows 8 without additional software?

How can I block some websites in Windows 8 without using any tools or third party firewalls?
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4answers
3k views

Block specific URL on web browsers

I want to block certain URLs on browsers. I don't want to block whole site. For example, I want to block Google Reader, but not whole Google domain. Is there any way I can do it?
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1answer
425 views

Internet Sharing on Mac OS X with Websites Control

I am successfully sharing my Internet from my Macbook with others but I wonder is there a way I can block facebook.com or other sites for my users keeping my access to them?
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1answer
550 views

Block access to web site during certain times, at the computer level, no access to router

I need to block access to certain websites during certain time. For example I want to block www.example.com from 0600 - 2000. The settings should be password protected. If I could redirect them to ...
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3answers
1k views

block access to certain website types

Need to block access to certain website types without listing each URL to block. Students at secondary school are going to porn sites. Need to be able to block all such access without having to list ...
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3answers
1k views

Block domain, website, without waiting for localhost (hosts)

There is a related question here. I can use Administrator, install extra software, whatever needs to be done. My problem is: I can't block websites entirely. Like in AdBlock Plus, you add a rule ...
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4answers
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Blocking *.example.com at the OS (Windows) level

For privacy and performance reasons, I'd like to prevent my computer from ever communicating with certain Internet hosts. I'd like to do this at the OS level, not through web browser plug-ins (not ...
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1answer
4k views

Is there a LeechBlock extension (or extension with a similar functionality) for Chrome?

The LeechBlock Firefox extension lets you block specific websites after a predefined time etc. Is there a similar extension for Google Chrome?
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10answers
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Blocking hover ads

Okay, I am done with hover ads. I am so done with it, I am starting to avoid website which implement them even though I (used to) like those websites. Obviously, it is considerably harder to block ...
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8answers
3k views

How do I block certain websites from being accessed through a browser?

A friend of mine (who is not a geek) asks me how to stop her little brother from playing web games on her computer. She is currently using Chrome and IE, and I have never done that before, even on FF. ...
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4answers
977 views

Block a URL at browser level

Does anyone have a solution (that doesn't involve editing the hosts file) to block a particular URL from FireFox? Basic back story is that I'm trying to discipline myself. I'm spending FAR too much ...