You can choose whether they have access to newsgroups, e-mail, or whether they can download files.
You can set the program to let them only use the Internet at certain times, and on certain days.
Content Barrier is a parental control program for Mac OS X.
It is designed to filter and block certain Internet content according to the settings you choose.
You can choose to block or allow specific web sites, allow users only to use selected applications, and block access to specific types of content, such as streaming media or peer-to-peer file transfers.
The program can even send you e-mail, automatically, when certain events occur.
Group messaging is a frustrating experience for many people, and Toy knows it.
If you work in corporate IT, what strategies do your companies employ? EDIT: As suggested by @Old Wolf down below, here is a good thread covering this on Open If you need that level of hard to bypass security, you need something a little more than a basic router - get a spare system, install something like untangle - basically a good router/firewall distro and force everything through that.So I am trying to filter out adult content (porn, mainly) from the users on my home computers.I have read several other answers, but they seem to be pretty simplistic.Content Barrier works with multiple users, and interfaces seamlessly with the Mac OS X user accounts on your computer.If you have several children, you can set different limitations corresponding to their age or maturity.
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