ringfinger Posted January 10, 2007 Share Posted January 10, 2007 So heres my problem - we have a 'security' department at my work which basically all they do is sit around and surf the net all day and don't really do any work. The director of the department wants to block ALL websites accept our local intranet website and a news site. I've been playing around with IE's Content Advisor and blocked *.com, *.net, *.org etc and allowed the 2 websites he'd like to be accessed. It seems to be working flawlessly, blocking everything. Is content advisor a tried and true way to block sites? I've looked at trying to find workarounds on hacking the supervisor password but to do it they would either need to go into the registry (which they don't have access to) or install some cracking app (which they also have no access to).I need to block all sites as transparently, quickly and non invasive as possible. I'd prefer not to have to install any software on the machine but will look at options. Originally I was going utilize the host file until the director came back and said that he wanted ALL sites blocked.Any advice or solutions are welcome! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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