How to Block specific websites on computer with Kaspersky

Kaspersky Internet Security users can easily block specific sites on all browsers of a computer system using the “Parental Control” feature integrated in it. Using Parental control, one can block any particular website and restrict access to sites belonging to categories like: adult sites, illegal activity, social networking, Gambling, Drugs, etc.

Follow the steps below to Block Sites using Kaspersky:

1. Open Kaspersky, go to Security and open Parental Control.

2. Tick mark ‘Enable Parental Control’, set user profile to ‘Child’. Now open ‘Settings’.

enable Parental Control

3. A Parental Control window will now open. Open Settings from the Child tab.

Parental Control window

4. Under “Child” profile settings, open the Restrictions tab. Enable ‘Set Restrictions’ radio button and tick mark ‘Block access to web addresses’.

set child profile settings

6. Click the ‘Select’ button and add the list of websites which you want to block. You can also block web addresses by category.

add sites to block

7. Click Ok on all open windows. Kaspersky will now ask to password-protect the application so that no other person can disable or modify its settings.

set password message

On completing all the above steps, specified sites will be blocked completely on all browsers of a computer. On opening the blocked site, you will get ‘Access Denied’ message as shown below:

access denied to blocked site

Hope Kaspersky users will find this tip useful. 😀

For users who do not run Kaspersky can use this effective method – How to Block Adult content/websites using OpenDNS?

Mayur

Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor-in-chief of WebTrickz. As a Technology enthusiast and an Internet addict, he loves sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter where he is extremely active.

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