Dr.Web parental control
What is the parental control for?
The parental control helps restrict user access to certain web-resources, local disks, folders and network resources. An administrator can create a list of prohibited sites or use lists from Doctor Web. The Dr.Web lists are divided by subject and are updated regularly.
Which sites can be blocked with the Parental control?
Any web-site can be blocked. The parental control can restrict access to a particular web-site or a web page as well as to all known sites that contain information related to certain subjects (e.g sites providing information about drugs, weapons, online games and so on). An administrator can specify a web-site he wants to block using its URL or key words found in the address. Lists from Doctor Web are used to block web-resources by subject.
Can my children disable the parental control without my permission?
The Parental Control can be disabled only by the system administrator after entering a password.
What is the local access option?
You can use the option to restrict access to local files and folders to avoid their occasional deletion and secure your personal information.
How can I enable access block?
Specify objects you want to block in the settings of the parental control and apply the new settings.
Access to the web-site I want to visit is blocked by the parental control. How can I access the web-site?
Add the web-site to the list of allowed addresses or notify Doctor Web if you are sure that the site was included in the list by mistake.
How can I disable the Parental control?
Disabling the parental control grants all users access to all web-sites and local resources. If for some reason you do need to disable the parental control, uncheck the “Enable URL filter” and “Restrict local access” checkboxes.
Where to can I report about false alarms of Dr.Web parental control?
False detections are reported at URLfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Failed detections are reported at URLemail@example.com.