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Filters for PC:
Call TAG 718-225-5824 (718-Call-TAG)
www.usanativ.com
www.techloq.com (Windows)
www.NetFree.link (Windows)
www.netsafepro.com
www.netsparkmobile.com/ (Android and Windows)
www.covenanteyes.com/services/internet-filtering / http://webchaver.org/filtering.php
www.netnanny.com (Android, iOS, PC, Mac)
https://truple.io (Android, Windows, [Mac, iOS coming soon]) - not so much a filter--randomly captures and shares screenshots with accountability partner.

http://www.livigent.com
==built on Livigent==
www.meshimer.com
www.geder.org
www.gentechsolution.com

More info see https://venishmartem.com/

Israel
http://www.etrog.net.il/
http://www.enativ.com/
http://netfree.link/
http://www.rimon.net.il/
http://shomer.shoresh.org.il/

For Windows Phone
www.safekiddo.com/en_us/

For Android
https://truple.io/androidfilter.html (Free android filter)

For iPhone/iPad/iOs
Check out their quite easy and powerful content restrictions.
Suggestion: Have someone else have the password (or half and half with a spouse) and do the following:
Lock installing apps + remove browser + add apps you need (possible rules: no games, no sports, no entertainment, etc.).
[Occasionally an app will have a built in browser/or need to access a certain website - just go back in to settings (with password) and add that website].
There is time restrictions and more features too.
(May not be enough for teenagers - consult your own advisers - this solution sure beats doing nothing and there is no excuse)

DNS
https://www.opendns.com/ (can be used in routers or directly in PC)
https://cleanbrowsing.org

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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2145 on: August 23, 2019, 12:17:14 PM »
if the other devices use the VPN on the original device then technically it should work (you would have to install the security certificate on each device)

what do you mean by security certificate? If I install vpn on my iOS device i.e (I install ExpressVPN for iOS) it wouldn't work directly ? do I need to install any security certificate with that if yes then what it would be because I never heard or read about that..

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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2146 on: August 26, 2019, 10:48:56 AM »
what do you mean by security certificate? If I install vpn on my iOS device i.e (I install ExpressVPN for iOS) it wouldn't work directly ? do I need to install any security certificate with that if yes then what it would be because I never heard or read about that..

since internet filters review secure (https) pages, they need to send them to the end user using their own certificate (not the original) therefore the users must install the certificate to be trusted by the device.

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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2147 on: August 29, 2019, 09:36:45 PM »
Very interesting. Possibly a great filtering solution for all those people that gave their kids fire tablets to play games on at home.
won't help for a neighbor's or public wifi...
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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2148 on: August 29, 2019, 11:46:26 PM »
won't help for a neighbor's or public wifi...
I am pretty sure you can block the ability for a user to add a network
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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2149 on: September 11, 2019, 06:47:16 PM »
I would like to filter my user account on a Windows server but I can't install a filter on the server as it is shared. What is the best program that I can install just on my user account for a whitelist (I have admin rights)? I access the server over RDP and I have Gentech installed on my local machine so I don't need content filtering on the server, just a few sites open.
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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2150 on: September 12, 2019, 11:31:35 PM »
I would like to filter my user account on a Windows server but I can't install a filter on the server as it is shared. What is the best program that I can install just on my user account for a whitelist (I have admin rights)? I access the server over RDP and I have Gentech installed on my local machine so I don't need content filtering on the server, just a few sites open.
Install truple.io on your local machine and it'll capture the remote session as well. I personally use it like this.

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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2151 on: September 28, 2019, 05:09:38 PM »
Any filters for Amazon fire 8 ?

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Re: Internet Filters
« Reply #2152 on: September 29, 2019, 09:30:45 AM »
Is there any filter that can filter based on trade? For example; I'm an electrician, is there a filter that will allow stuff that affiliated with electricians and block all the other trash?