Editors' reviewThis application protects young kids by blocking pornographic material, though it isn't as surreptitious as implied. Child Protector Internet Filter Parental Control requires 12MB, but it's preloaded with a lengthy list of banned sites and keywords and you can add to them. When users try to gain entry onto a forbidden site, a mini pop-up window appears demanding your user-defined password, and the attempt is logged. Child Protector also blocks browsers, instant-messaging programs, and other applications. Its visually appealing interface logs screenshots and URLs, although it doesn't capture keyloggers, a staple in most monitoring tools. You can also clear a few tracks such as your temporary folder, cookies, and caches. Though we appreciate the effort, this program's stealth mode feature is anything but stealthy. Once minimized, it's plainly seen residing in the system tray, negating its hot-key access. Nevertheless, parents who don't mind their kid's awareness to its supervision can make use of this 21-day trial.
Child Protector Internet Filter is anti-porn software with advanced parental controls. These allow you to prevent your children (or employees) from seeing pornographic and offensive Web content while browsing the Internet. Child Protector checks the contents of the page quickly. It blocks known offensive sites, and closes the forbidden page before it can be seen. Pages are blocked two ways Keyword filtering prevents any page from showing with offensive content. Secondly, the Web Site Black List is a list of over 500,000 sites banned by Child Protector. Child Protector can block the most common chat programs. Parental controls allow you to allow or block any site or keyword. Users can't uninstall, change settings, or close the program without the administrator password that you set. Automatic Internet updates are downloaded when our server releases new anti-porn keywords and black listed sites.