Aobo Filter for Mac Standard 2.0
Aobo Filter for Mac OS X is an Internet Filtering application that helps Mac OS X users to block porn websites, stop games and applications and record accessed websites on Mac.
What can Aobo Filter for Mac do?
Block porn websites Aobo Filter for Mac is built in with porn keywords which helps you block porn websites easily. By adding keywords to Blacklist, you can easily block more.
Block other websites Aobo Filter for Mac also blocks other types of websites according to the keywords and URLs added to Black list.
Block games and applications Aobo Internet Filter for Mac will also block games and applications in Aobo Filter for Mac's App Filter list.
Record visited websites Websites visited in any web browsers will be logged into Aobo Filter for Mac web history list even if Private Browsing is enabled.
What's new in Aobo Filter for Mac Standard V1.1?
- Added Filtering by Keyword - Added configuration files Exporting/Importing - Added built-in Porn filter engine
- Improved compatibility with Mac OS 10.7.X Lion - Improved Aobo Filter for Mac interface - Fixed bugs that might cause system crash - Fixed some other minor bugs
Who needs Aobo Filter for Mac?
Parents always want to shield kids from insecure contents in Internet. Porn blocking feature of Aobo Filter for Mac helps parents close the gate to dangerous websites. Parents also take advantage of Aobo Filter for Mac and prevent inappropriate games and applications.
Employers may hope to avoid irrelevant online activities during working hours. Apart from features of websites blocking and application filtering, Aobo Filter for Mac is designed with the feature of configuration files synchronizing by FTP(Professional Only), which enables company network administrators to set up Aobo Filter for Mac on multiple computers easily and simply.
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