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Users with unrestricted Internet access find themselves constantly battling malware infections and at risk of information leakage. Downloading copyrighted material from the company’s network can expose the company to legal action. By blocking some websites greatly reduce this risk and protects accidental browsing of mature, explicit and sensitive sites. It can also help conserve bandwidth for mission critical applications, and keep those charges down.Restricting access to specific URLs may also improve productivity and help staying focused , this point is especially important for children who need to study.
Using software to block websites in order to control Internet access can be beneficial especially to businesses , schools that want to comply with child protection legislation and publicly accessible WiFi services that want to provide a family-friendly browsing environment and Home users.
URL Disabler is a Portable (it requires no installation) and freeware to simplify the URL blocking process for Google Chrome , Firefox and Chromium EDGE users. The user can freely provide, modify, export and import the list of URLs to be blocked.
URL Disabler doesn’t use “%SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\etc\hosts” file method therefore resetting the Hosts file does not affect the blocking Rules. If you want to use hosts file Method for blocking web pages please try our “BlueLife Hosts Editor” software.
1. You can block a single URL or domain name
2. You can choose browsers where blocking rules will take effect
3. Whitelist URLs to set exceptions for websites you would like to allow
4. You can prevent downloads from browsers
5. You can use a password to protect Blocking rules
6.You Can export and Import Blocking rules easily
Note: If restarting browser does not apply the blocking Rules please log off and log in again (Very rare)