Website Block can filter websites given a
full website URL or partial URL text match. For example you may add http://www.yahoo.com
to block access to Yahoo site http://www.yahoo.com Or you may
just type in yahoo in the lists of URLs to block. This will block
any website or webpage including word yahoo in its URL, e.g. http://www.mysite.com/yahoo.html
or http:/finance.yahoo.nz After the website or a keyword is
added you have to apply new settings by clicking "Apply"
Applied settings take effect immediately
in the opened Internet Explorer windows.
To add a website or a keyword to a blocked list you may use "Add
site" button on the toolbar. To enter multiple URLs or keywords you
may type them in line by line in a text file and open it using
"File" -> "Open" menu. See more in Opening and
Saving files about this
To remove a website highlight a URL or a
keyword in the list of blocked websites and press "Remove"
button. You may select multiple items by holding Control button on your
Again, do not forget to apply new
settings after removing some items from the list.
Website Block includes password protected
mode feature. This means that you may set an access password to the
software so that only you may edit the list of the blocked URLs and
Select "Security", then
"Software Access" from the top menu when you want to turn on
this feature. Note that you will be asked to enter password each time
when you start Website Block, once the password protection is turned on.
To remove password protection or to
change password you may use "Software Access"->"Remove
Access Password Protection" and "Reset Access Password"
from the same "Security" Menu. Note that the password can not
be restored. If you loose the password the only way around is to
uninstall this software. Please keep in mind that uninstall
protection password described below in a separate password for
uninstallation protection only.
Uninstall Password Protection
Website Block includes a password
protected protection from uninstalling the software. If this feature is
turned on, then a password prompt will appear during uninstall action.
If a correct password is entered, the software will be uninstalled from
the computer, if a wrong password was entered the software will remain
installed on the PC.
Select "Security", then
"Software Uninstall" from the top menu if you want to turn on
this feature. Note that any user that has privileges to install or
uninstall software on the computer will be asked to enter the same
password that was originally set for Website Block uninstall.
To remove uninstall password protection
or to change password you may use "Reset Uninstall Password"
and "Remove Uninstall Password Protection" from the same
"Software Uninstall" menu. Note that the software access
password and uninstall password are two different passwords.