Lock Internet Access

Internet Monitoring and Access Control software for Windows

Programs to monitor, control, and lock Internet access

Internet Password Lock

    Internet Password Lock is a  software program for Windows  2000, XP, and Vista (does not work on 95/98/Me/NT) that will restrict Internet access. You can have it block Internet access entirely by disabling your computer's IP address, or block specific individual functions such as Web browsing, email, and Instant Messaging by blocking these programs from running. Internet Password Lock is useful in for business to control Internet use by employees and for parents to protect their children by controlling their Internet access. For more information, click here.

Web Site Zapper

    Web Site Zapper is a software program for Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP and Vista (does not work on NT) that allows you to control Web access. It can block Web browsers from displaying any Web sites that you do not add to an allowed Web site list. Alternately, it can block sites that you do add to a forbidden site list. It can be used for several purposes:

1) Blocking your browser from being redirected to dangerous or undesirable sites, such as those infected with viruses.
2) Blocking popups
3) Block Web sites, allowing parents, schools, and employers to prevent children, students, or employees from going to undesirable sites, such as pornography or gambling sites.
4) Controlling when people can access the Internet. Web Site Zapper has a password protected switch to turn off blocking, so you simply have Web Site Zapper block all Web sites until you are present and can turn off the blocking. Parents can use this to control how much time children spend on the Internet.
    With Web Site Zapper, you compile a list of good and bad Web site titles and/or URLs (Web addresses). You can add Web site titles and URLs to these lists manually, or have Web Site Zapper build these lists automatically in learning mode (explained in the instruction manual).
    Once you have built a list of Web sites, Web Site Zapper can either close down any site on the bad site list (Block mode), or close down any site NOT on the good site list (Allow mode). For more information on Web Site Zapper and to download a trial copy, click here.


Software Time Lock

    Software Time Lock allows you to block access to the Web, individual programs, or the entire computer during selected time periods for each day of the week. You can set it to block Internet access or other functions during certain hours of the day. You can set different hours for different days of the week. You can also set it to control how long each day of the week a user can access the Internet, individual programs, or the computer itself. For more information, click here.


Web Surfer Watcher

     Web Surfer Watcher is a software program for Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP (does not work on NT computers) that records what Web sites have been viewed on your computer. Web Surfer Watcher operates hidden in the background, recording Web site titles and URLs (addresses) of Web sites viewed using Internet Explorer or America Online. It can only record the titles of Web sites viewed with other Web browsers, such as Netscape, Opera, or Mozilla. You can configure Web Surfer Watcher to either record this limited information form these browsers, or block these browsers from running to force people to use Internet Explorer or America Online.
     When you run the viewer, you will see a list of the titles of Web sites that have been visited. The list displays the Web site titles. You can click on any title on the list to see the URL of the site, and also when the site was viewed. You can then click on the View Web Site button to actually see the Web site if you like. You can search the list of viewed sites for specific words to simplify checking for objectionable sites. This program can easily be run on a network, allowing you to monitor Internet activity on multiple computers from one computer. For more information on Web Surfer Watcher, click here.

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