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hi there,
I really am looking for a software, even if it costs me, to block websites. Now I have tried everything, including editing the host files. But I only can block whole websites. For instance, I can't block that particular bloke's profil on facebook or I can't block the results page of google if you type in "donkey"
I hope you understand what I'm on about and maybe you have come across a software that can block LINKS precisely?
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Well, you could use router software to block both keywords and links, and it sounds like that's what you want. Do you have access to the hardware in this system? What exactly are you planning to block?
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You want to use boolean modifiers. There are specific methods eg: -keyword to block specific keywords and entire website directories eg: www.google.com/* . As far as the software to go about doing this, i think router software may be a good call. You can always use adblock plus in Firefox, although i don't believe it to be an ideal solution.
Edited by invena - 8/21/11 at 11:35am
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Something like Websense with OpenDNS wouldn't be a bad idea.

Sounds a bit over the top for a home environment, personally..
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