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Block Accessing Websites With Any Weblock

Any Weblock is a very simple to use tool that allows you to block any web site accessing from your computer. For instance, it is very easy for you to block social networking sites, chat rooms, online games and prone sites accessing your child. It works with any web browser and displays a fake error page if trying to access a blocked site.

No special technical knowledge required to configure Any Weblock. The only requirement is domain names ( and sub domain names (www.,, etc)

After installation, enter a password, and then add web address (s) and sub domains you want to block and save the settings.

A good feature of Any Weblock is that, blocking remains intact even after uninstalling the application. You need to unblock every entry before uninstalling the program.

Any Weblock can be downloaded at source. [Via]


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