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PureSurf Desktop provides affordable Internet filtering to protect your family from inappropriate, sexually questionable and offensive content, illegal downloads, spyware, online predators, and cyberbullies. The Active Content Recognition technology offers complete Internet coverage protection by scanning pages in real-time and categorizing content as Adult (sex or porn), Gambling, Violence, Weapons, Hate, Drugs, Dating, Chat, Forums, Social Networks, Blogs, and more. Parents choose which categories are not allowed to define the online experience for theirs children. Block access or restrict time on Facebook, MySpace and other social networks or stop all popular Instant Messaging ( IM ) and Peer-to-Peer ( P2P ) protocols is easy. If you choose to allow IM access, you can filter conversation keywords and phrases from Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Messenger ( MSN ), and ICQ / AOL. This will allow you to block telephone numbers, your home address, and other private information. Receive alerts via e-mail directly on your mobile phone from content access violations, unsuccessful overrides, tampering, and keyword/phrase detection. Complete reports are stored locally, so you can monitor all web sites that were visited and all IM chat conversions that were made. The time table allows you to set a fixed amount of time for Internet access, as well as the time of day that you want the Internet to be available. With the daily usage quota, you can trust that your child will not spent more time online than you wish. They will know that big mother or brother is watching them and feel safe. Use this parental control blocker to monitor your computer usage and so keep your kids and spouse honest. The PureSurf Desktop user interface is available in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Turkish, Russian, and Arabic.
Price USD19.95
License Free to try
File Size 27.21 MB
Version 6.2
Operating System Windows Vista Windows Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 7
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