STOP P-O-R-N is a very easy to use application developed to block access to adult websites.
Especially aimed at parents who want to protect their children from loading inappropriate content while browsing the Internet, STOP P-O-R-N doesn't assault users with an avalanche of features.
Instead, the configuration screen groups all options and lets you define the file-sharing apps you want to block, with options including BearShare, Kazaa, LimeWire and MyP2P. Additionally, you can restrict access to YouTube, but also to instant messengers, such as WLM, Yahoo Messenger, Trillian, iCQ and IntraMessenger.
There are three protection levels at your disposal, namely minimal, moderate and extreme, with a separate user ban list to help you configure the restriction system.
Basically, the custom ban list is more like a database of words that shall be blocked regardless if you're trying to load a website that includes the defined term or you are simply trying to search Google for it. STOP P-O-R-N automatically closes the browser whenever it detects a word mentioned in the ban list.
On the good side, a password protection system makes sure no one beside you can access the program options and close the app completely. What's more, it places an icon in the System Tray that requires just a double-click to quickly disable the protection system, which means that you can keep the app running all the time. The problem however is that users can instantly kill the process via Task Manager and thus shut down the app (however, if you enable security measures within the Configuration window, Task Manager gets disabled).
STOP P-O-R-N doesn't affect system performance in any way and runs flawlessly on all Windows versions. Last but not least, it gets along very well with most popular Windows browsers, including IE and Firefox.
To sum up, STOP P-O-R-N is a simple way to block access to adult websites and nothing more. It comes with very easy to configure parameters and an intuitive interface that requires only basic computer experience.
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