NetNanny

NetNanny

(networking)
A small program for children to block access to certain sites.

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NetNanny and TeenSafe can both provide good support.
Merlyn is grateful to be mentored by Gordon Ross, creator of NetNanny.com.
If YouTube's Safety Mode is not sufficient to catch everything you do not wish to see, third-party software like Safe Eyes (internetsafety.com) or Net Nanny (netnanny.com) costs more (at least $40 or so) but does more.
Etisalat now partners Content Watch Inc to provide NetNanny, one of the best Parental Control Software in internet access that will address security concerns of parents regarding Internet access for their children.
"Netnanny" operates to block certain websites or terms from a
recommendations for parents such as visiting netnanny.com and installing
netnanny.com) and CyberPatrol (http://www.cyberpatrol.com) often are roadblocks to the highway, and are not foolproof in protecting the young child (Schrock, 2004).
Software such as NetNanny, CyberPatrol, and SurfControl, typically used by parents to block children from accessing online sexual content, can help clients self-regulate their Internet use.
Your local computer retailer will have information on the latest protective softwear packages you can install on your machine such as Cyber Patrol, NetNanny and SurfWatch.