Checking browser content for forbidden words

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I have just bought TM internet security. I want to protect my kids' computer from viruses and adult / pornographic content.

I couldn't find any setting that I can enter my blacklist words. For example "porn". I also installed toolbar extension for all browsers but when I search the word "porn" via chrome, trend micro does not check browser content. Browser makes the search and when I click images tab, BOOOM!!!

if there is any settings that I can achieve my subject, plz tell me. If not, plz add this life saver feature to your products Family section asap plz.
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muratuzun79

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Posted 2 weeks ago

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Hi muratuzun79,

Thank you for this feedback. However, this kind of feature is not yet implemented on our product.

You may also check our existing feature "Parental Control". Click the link below for more details.
Using the Parental Controls feature of your Trend Micro Security software

Regards,
Joemar
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Hi TM_Joemar, Official Rep

The problem is that if you google on "Porn" in any browser you get a list of sites, all with a Red mark (not all anyway the site "porndroid"is still available!!) you also get the option to see Images, and click on that, you can see all the images of the sites you did not want to see ;)
I did not find a solution to stop that!

Kind regards,
Tom

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I might have an idea for TM developers to apply to achieve easy and fast solution.

Under
Settings > Protection Settings > Websites > Add

When we type http://*porn* as blocked site and click ADD,
it converts it to http://*porn*/ . I think that's the problem.

I want to block the url that contains the word "porn" but it searches only at domain part of url.

This change would be the solution, wouldn't it?
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Hi muratuzun79

I don't think the URL conversion is causing the issue but we will replicate the process to verify. Btw, can you please add a blocked site in the below format?

http*://*.website.com/*

In addition, you may also set the Website Filter of Parental Controls into "Teens" category. This will block all adult content websites. 

Hope this helps. 

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Thk for reply. I'll try when I get home tonight.
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Hi muratuzun79,

Sure. Let us know how it goes.

-Joemar