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Re: Internet Filters
any free filters like k9 out there?
Is there any way to be yoitzeh the mitzvah of Machtzis Hashekel for free?

January 18, 2020, 02:25:55 PM
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Re: Internet Filters
Because History showed that free products like K9 don`t keep you safe
The fact is that if someone like TAG is on top of you you are much more safe
same thing with Glatt meat you always try to buy the best Hecshrim even if the other is good/fine
A free product will never be as reliable as something that was designed with our specific needs in mind.

January 28, 2020, 06:58:04 PM
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Re: Best free Anti-Virus master thread
Haven't installed it in a while, but check the avast forums.  Also,
Be very wary of Avast (and most free products for that matter).

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3516502/report-avast-and-avg-collect-and-sell-your-personal-info-via-their-free-antivirus-programs.html

January 29, 2020, 03:08:10 AM
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Re: Internet Filters

Read through 10 pages, but have another 140 to go...
 but can some explain why netspark is $70 from TAG while gentech is $140?
 Is the only difference gray scaled images?

 For a Samsung S9 and Moto X4, which one would be better?

 Is netspark good or wishy washy and that's why it's half price, as well since I had never installed a filter on my device would I still be able to watch how to videos on YouTube and some music from weddings and the like?
 As well as the forums and shopping online? Amazon eBay, clothing sites...
 Assuming all those are accessible?

 Thanks guys.

 And for my laptop's and windows computer I see you guys recommend Techloq?

We at TAG specialize in getting the best filter setup in the best way for your needs.

Netspark is great. Each filter has its strong points and weak points.

The answer to the rest of your questions is yes.

February 05, 2020, 01:51:39 AM
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Re: Microsoft Office Bundle Pro 2016 for $14.99!!
Many people bought on eBay without a problem, myself included. There is a risk of scam... I bought 2019 Microsoft office bundle for $20 to be on the safe side
They is no risk of malware as long as the installation comes directly from Microsoft.

The only thing your risking, is the license being blacklist/revoked.

Nu, $5 for a license for a year? Better than $250...

February 06, 2020, 03:25:18 AM
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Re: Internet Filters
1 - You mean better than Gentech, Netspark and Nativ?
2 - Can you please elaborate in what way Techloq is better?

Thank you.
Speed, not heavy on the PC resources, simple logical categories and great service.

February 10, 2020, 04:40:06 PM
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Have you tried Nativ and/or Netspark for a computer?
If yes, how do they compare to Techloq & Gentech - in your experience?
Thanks.
Don't touch netspark for a computer. It takes over all aspects of the pc etc.

Nativ is OK for specific purposes but can bog down the resources at some times and can be frustrating. For just email packages with Google services, it's OK.

February 12, 2020, 06:50:40 AM
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Re: Internet Filters
Here's a vote for Techloq.
Their response time and customer service is superb.
Would be amazing to have Techloq for android. Gentech doesn't compare :(
Techloq is developing one for mobile but will be a while.

February 12, 2020, 06:51:21 AM
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Re: Internet Filters
Thank you.
Please do.
As per the response from gentech, all data gets purged after 48 hours. If you are signed up to the filter via an organization or reseller due example Tag or your community then they have access to that info into it gets deleted.

Techloq is under Gdpr rules.

February 12, 2020, 06:55:16 AM
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Re: Internet Filters
I too share @myuser 's concern about installing a certificate. The same is true about Netspark on android.

It seems however like that's the only way to filter since almost all Web traffic is now https.

I'm curious to hear how other filters work without being able to read the information.
All proper filters will intercept all traffic therefore needing a certificate.
You can always have then bypass certain sites if you're uncomfortable having them intercept those.

May 03, 2020, 06:53:16 AM
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