Friday, November 17, 2006 8:14:55 AM
One of Outpost Firewall Pro’s unique features is the ability to block not only banners and ads, but images too. You can block images by size (if your favorite website has one troubling image, this is a good way to block it). If you want to make sure your children don’t view any pornographic images, you can block all images instead. While this setting didn’t block every image, it did block most of them.Another add-on filter feature Outpost Firewall Pro offers is the ability to block by content. You can create a list of words or even website names you’d like to block. This blocked word/website list will help ensure that members of your family can’t gain access to sites containing words you find offensive, in context.
Some other firewall software programs have similar abilities to block content; however, they fail to let you protect those settings with a password, making it easy for someone to change your blocking criteria.
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