Using the Parental Control
functional module from Kaspersky PURE 3.0
you can set restrictions on certain web resources access depending on their content.
You can block/allow access to all web sites not included into the Allowed list, or you can block access to web sites by categories, for example, you can block access to web sites containing information concerning weapons or violence.
To fine-tune the Parental Control settings, you can create lists of exclusions. For example, if a web address as not added to any category, but you still wish to block it for the user.
If the Control web browsing option is enabled, you can view brief web sites access statistics as well as detailed report for each user account on the selected computer.
- In the left part of the Parental Control window select Web Browsing.
- In the right part of the window check the Enable control option.
- If you want to block access only to web sites of particular categories, select the option Block websites from the following categories and perform one of the following actions:
- If you want to select all categories, click on the Select all link.
- If you want to cancel selection, click on the Clear all link.
- If you want to select specific categories, check the boxes next to the required web sites categories.
- If you want to block access to all web sites except specified web sites, select the option Block access to all websites except websites allowed in the list of exclusions and click the Exclusions button.
- In the Block websites: exclusions window click the Add button under Allowed URLs / Blocked URLs.
- In the Website address window enter a website address as follows http://www.site.com/*. The asterisk (*) means any sequence of symbols.
- If you want to allow/block access to the resource, then check the box Allow/Block access to the entire web resource.
- If you want to allow/block access to the specified web-address, check the box Allow/Block access only to the specified web page.
- To save the address, click OK.
- In the Block websites: exclusions window click OK.
If a web address, which you want to add to the list of allowed or blocked URLs, contains the symbols *, ?, \, then use the symbol \ to override the asterisk (*), question mark (?) or backslash (\) following it. For example, you want to add the following URL www.site?anti-virus, then you have to enter the \ symbol before ?; the web address will look the following way www.site\?anti-virus.