Since the Internet is where kids spend most of their time when using a computer, it’s practical to integrate an extension, add-on, or perhaps outright use a dedicated browser that features a monitoring and filtering system. They don’t take up a lot of space, are easy to install, and offer substantial protection for kids and teens. Mind you, older teenagers may be able to find ways around such barriers.
FoxFilter was developed to offer users a way to block websites with adult content while providing the ability to add trusted sites to an exempted list. Further, the add-on’s sensitivity preferences can be modified to scan URLs, titles, and entire bodies of content. Users can also adjust alert and notification settings when blocked content or sites are attempted to be accessed.