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I've searched the site but I haven't come up with any posts on if anyone know if there is a way to make a internet filter to filter sites (Like a ad blocker) (A very good tool is Admuncher).

I haven't looked into ie.au3 yet as I'm tied up on my Google Mapping currently.

Heck, for that matter, is there perhaps a Network app that can act like a firewall? Monitor and block traffic?

If not, I'll have to look into it.

Thanks!


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James

#Include <Date.au3>
#Include <IE.au3>
#NoTrayIcon ;Hide the tray icon on startup

While 1
    ChkIE("MySpace.com. All Rights Reserved.")
    Sleep(5000)
WEnd

Func ChkIE($WhichIE)
    _IEErrorHandlerRegister ("MyErrFunc")
    $oIE = _IEAttach($WhichIE, "text")
    $LogWriteTemp= _Now() & " - " & @ComputerName & " - RedirectingFrom: " & _IEPropertyGet ($oIE, "locationurl")
    If StringRight($LogWriteTemp,3) <> ": 0" Then
        FileWriteLine(@ScriptDir & "\chkwnd.dat", $LogWriteTemp)
        _IEBodyWriteHTML ($oIE, '<h1 align="center">This is a restricted web page</h1>')
    EndIf
EndFunc

Func MyErrFunc()
    ; Do nothing on an error and keep going.
EndFunc

Worked on FireFox last time I used it. You even replied in the same topic.

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I've searched the site but I haven't come up with any posts on if anyone know if there is a way to make a internet filter to filter sites (Like a ad blocker) (A very good tool is Admuncher).

http://www.k9webprotection.com/


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PartyPooper

You can use an autoproxy.pac file (javascript) to do this but it only works for your web browser and it can be changed or bypassed easily. It is activated by simply typing the URL or file location into your browsers Automatic Proxy Configuration URL setting. You can filter out things like porn, ads, certain file types (eg. *.exe, *.scr etc) and do things like block movie downloads until off peak times. If your interested, I can PM you an example.

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dinodod

@all

if you use IE this is standard available.

Go to TOOLS -> INTERNET OPTIONS -> CONTENT -> Enable Content Advisor.

Regards

ptrex

LOL, now make it portable/centralized! I personally have 3 PCs @ home and countless others @ work (I'm in IT myself). Content advisor works fine in IE but I also have FF and I want to have an app that isn't tied to just one or two browsers

AdMuncher is such a tool... I just want to make my own


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