Skip to main content

Top parental content lock for smartphones

1.MMGuardian(Android phone or tablet, iPhone or iPad)



Control Application Install and Use

Encourage your child to take a break from their device by pre-setting times when all downloaded applications will be disabled. Or remotely send a command to temporarily disable them. Also, optionally disable the App Store to prevent new app installs, or set age-based restrictions on apps, videos and music downloadable from the iTunes store.
Block Websites containing Porn, Adult or other inappropriate content

Prevent your child from accessing web sites that are not appropriate for children, using the Web Filter function. Select which categories of web sites are allowed or should be blocked, or set up specific URLs and domains to allow or block.

View complete web browsing history

The complete MMGuardian Web Filter and Safe Browser solution includes detailed reports, accessible from the parent web portal, about all sites that have been viewed and attempts that were blocked.

Restrict Device Functions

Disable the camera, Face Time or multiplayer games.


2.Kaspersky Parental Control


Kaspersky Safe Kids helps you protect your kids in the digital world. With device usage scheduling, GPS safe zones, notifications about suspicious activities and summaries of what they search, see & share… you can stay connected with your kids and help keep them safe.

Helping you protect your kids from digital dangers

Because most children are using multiple devices – including laptops, desktops, tablets & mobile phones – to surf the Internet, download apps, communicate with friends and visit social networking websites… the task of keeping kids safe can be a challenge for any parent. New technologies have brought a whole host of new digital dangers.






Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Freenom ICANN registrar accreditation suspended for cybersquatting

OpenTLD, its registrar business, has been told it cannot accept new registrations or inbound transfers from July 8 to October 6 or until it provides ICANN with a full list of the names it squatted. I believe it’s the first time ICANN has suspended a registrar for this reason. ICANN has found that OpenTLD has engaged in a pattern and practice of trafficking in or use of domain names identical or confusingly similar to a trademark or service mark of a third party in which the Registered Name Holder has no rights or legitimate interest   To avoid termination, it has to provide ICANN with a list of all of its trademark infringing names, agree to transfer them to the mark owners or delete them, and bunch of other stuff. Source Letter

Will 5G cause a Digital divide in society ?

How 5G make huge difference in future and its negative impact on you.