FoxFilter is a practical and effective Firefox extension that provides you with a simple means of filtering all the data on a website based on your preferences such as keywords, sensitivity settings and URL exceptions. It also allows you to specify a password in order to secure your settings and prevent FoxFilter from being bypassed or disabled.
Because it seamlessly integrates within Firefox, you can make use of all the available features within seconds. What’s more, you don’t have to type the URL address one by one in order to block those webpages that contain inappropriate content. Simply specify the keywords you want and all the websites that contain such words will be blocked.
One important feature of FoxFilter is that it allows you to specify keyword matching rules. This way, you can make sure that websites which contain such words won’t be blocked.
In case you want to configure the options the way you want, you can access the Tools menu and navigate to the ‘FoxFilter Settings’. A new tab will then open that allows you to change the filtering preferences, add trusted sites that might contain inadequate words, but you still consider them safe, such as Yahoo, block specific keywords and websites and secure the extension with a password.
The Preferences tab allows you to enable filtering based upon blocked websites, keywords and sensitivity settings, or simply allow access only to trusted sites that you have specified in the Trusted section.
What’s more, you can even view FoxFilter notifications while examining each page’s content and view specific keywords detected when the Alert page is displayed.
By accessing the Blocked tab, you can instruct the extension to block any webpage that contains the entered keywords.
Overall, FoxFilter proves to be an effective and steady Firefox extension when it comes to blocking access to specific websites that contain unfit content.