STOP P-O-R-N is a handy and easy to use application that can block the access to any pornographic material. It will protect your family or classroom from inappropriate material on the Internet. If inappropriate material is detected the web browser will instantaneously shutdown the program that is displaying inappropriate material. STOP P-O-R-N uses low CPU and memory resources. It adopts advanced interception techniques to scan web browsers and other application's contents in real time. STOP P-O-R-N works with all web browsers. To date, there are no other parental type filters that offer this broad range of protection. STOP P-O-R-N was designed to work "out of the box." The only thing a user needs to do, is install STOP P-O-R-N and it will immediately start working for you. Due to the advanced technology used, the user does not have to configure anything. STOP P-O-R-N can be shutdown by double-clicking on an icon located in the icon tray. STOP P-O-R-N also offers the option to NOT allow popular P2P filing sharing software to launch. The following P2P applications that can be selected to not start are: Bit Torrent, Kazza, Ares, Frostwire, MyP2P, and BearShare. STOP P-O-R-N supports real-time alerts via e-mail. If the user types in an inappropriate word, an immediate e-mail can be sent with the inappropriate word and the PC name. STOP P-O-R-N has many methods to deter the computer user from shutting it down. Upon launch of STOP P-O-R-N the task manager is disabled so that a user can not circumvent STOP P-O-R-N and shut it down. The task manager can always be enabled by shutting down STOP P-O-R-N by entering the correct password. The second methods of protection are multiple password protections. STOP P-O-R-N requires that a password be used to shut it down and to change any options The third method is binary encryption of the application itself. The method used to determine if sites are inappropriate is encapsulated in the application itself. There is no external file used by STOP P-O-R-N, so there is absolutely no chance of tampering. To this point, all parental filters thus far are using external files to read from. This is a huge security hole. Someone could open this file and edit it's contents, thus letting inappropriate material to be displayed on the screen.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.8.6 updated internal database and detection module.