Strategies To Filter Images

I am seeking techniques to filter images of a.dult content under one of my profiles. With the pornographic category enabled, there is restriction to websites of the a.dult nature on internet explorer. On firefox, compatibility with bitdefender is not the same, allowing for one to search for "**** under google. Now the search results appear, but bitdefender does prevent from going to actual sites. However, if one clicks on "images" a full array of a.dult images appear.


So here is my question: Is there anyway to prevent a.dult images from appearing in the way I described. Also, does anyone have any ideas on how to filter images of not only the a.dult variety, but of images that although I would hold in same category, our culture has deemed them acceptable (lingerie, bikini, semi-###### shots).


Trying my best to take advantage of the the parental control software

Comments

  • Hello :)


    Are you using the standalone application or you have Internet/Total Security installed?


    Thank you!

  • I have the same problem with Chrome.


    I have the Web Schedule set to block all (i.e., 100% red checks). I then have two (non-google) websites set to Allow on the Blacklist/Whitelist Web page.


    In Internet Explorer, Google.com is blocked (as expected)


    In Chrome, google.com is available and image searches return a results page. It's not until an image or link in the results is clicked that the 'blocked by your parents' page appears.


    Running:


    Win7 home Premium 64 bit w/ SP1


    Chrome 30.0.1599.101 m


    IE 10.0.9200.16721


    Bitdefender Internet Security 2013, Premium Account

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