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    Default How to block a Website adress permanently?

    I want to block one or more Website's for some security purpose. I will not be in home for some time, thus I won't allow anyone to open those sites. Now is there any software or else by which I can block the addresses of those websites? They shouldn't be opened from any browser, IE, Opera or FF..,Please help me, this is kinda urgent.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    Yup..!! Block them from Firewall. That's all.

    Also use wildcards, to block them if proceed by google search, or proving diff. type of redirection path along with original URL's.
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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    Sorry but how to do that? I am using NIS 2011.

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    You can try block websites with host file

    Try search " block website+host file"
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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    ^ I still can't figure it out! Isn't there a simple software of something?

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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    Blocking Website using Windows Hosts File is quite easy. Check this guide: How to: Use the HOSTS file to block websites in Windows? - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    And if you are not comfortable with above, than you can block the Websites using your Firewall. Not sure, where's the option in NIS though?


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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    ^^^

    The OP wanted to block websites from *ALL BROWSERS*

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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrintech View Post
    Blocking Website using Windows Hosts File is quite easy. Check this guide: How to: Use the HOSTS file to block websites in Windows? - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    And if you are not comfortable with above, than you can block the Websites using your Firewall. Not sure, where's the option in NIS though?

    I already read it but still don't get it !!!

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    Default Re: How to block a Website adress permanently?

    Quote Originally Posted by ithehappy View Post
    I already read it but still don't get it !!!
    Step
    1) got to %systemdrive%/windows/system32/drivers/etc

    2) open file named hosts in notepad


    type
    127.0.0.1 Tab key(DOnt manuelly enter space ) Host address /IP




    (typo in pic , its IP address or host address




    Quote Originally Posted by mrintech View Post
    Blocking Website using Windows Hosts File is quite easy. Check this guide: How to: Use the HOSTS file to block websites in Windows? - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    And if you are not comfortable with above, than you can block the Websites using your Firewall. Not sure, where's the option in NIS though?


    Advanced user can always shutdown firewall /close blocking softwares via task manager and other ways
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