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INTERNET PARENTAL CONTROLS & SECURITY. Parents who are afraid to put their foot down usually have children who step on their toes. Chinese Proverb. In 2007, studies show that the average age a child is first exposed to online pornography is 11 years old.*

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internet parental controls security

INTERNET PARENTAL CONTROLS & SECURITY

Parents who are afraid to put their foot down usually have children who step on their toes.Chinese Proverb

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In 2007, studies show that the average age a child is first exposed to online pornography is 11 years old.*

  • Approximately 90% of children ages 8-16 have seen pornography on the Internet.*
  • In a 2007 report, 89% of youth who frequent chat rooms receive sexual solicitations.*

* http://www.mysecurecyberspace.com/articles/statistics-trends/children-pornography-and-the-internet.html

a couple of things you may not know about
A COUPLE OF THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT…

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Commonly used to bypass school filters

PROXIES

peer to peer
Peer-to-Peer

Peer2Peer

P2P

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WHAT TO DO…

Secure your router (optional, but a good idea)

Get decent DNS service (your ISP probably isn’t decent)

Fine-tune individual computers

1 secure your router part i not required for parental controls
1. Secure Your Router – Part I(not required for parental controls)

Find your manual, or look online. Google Linksys (home.cisco.com), Belkin (belkin.com), Netgear (netgear.com), etc. Your router model # should be on its body (front, bottom, back). Click the Support link to start the hunt for a manual.

Log in, and find the SSID Broadcast option. Disable it (or not…)

???

1 secure your router part ii not required for parental controls
1. Secure Your Router – Part II(not required for parental controls)

Require a PASSWORD to access the Internet via your router. Choose WEP and a 10-digit password (make one up, or let the router do it).

All wireless devices MUST have the password to access the Internet.

1 secure your router part iiia not required for parental controls
1. Secure Your Router – Part IIIa(not required for parental controls)

Either prevent certain PCs from gaining access, or only allow certain PCs to gain access by using MAC (physical) addresses.

Where are MAC addresses?

1 secure your router part iiib not required for parental controls
1. Secure Your Router – Part IIIb(not required for parental controls)

Find a MAC address:

  • Start>Run…>cmd>OK
  • Type: ipconfig /all
  • Scroll to: Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:
  • Write down: Physical Address
  • Type it into the MAC Address
    • Filter List
    • -or-
    • Go to Windows help and search on MAC ADDRESS.
2 get decent dns service
2. Get Decent DNS Service

http://www.opendns.com/

3 fine tune individual computers
3. Fine-tune Individual Computers

http://www1.k9webprotection.com