How to block proxy sites to make sure some sites are blocked from computer?
August 21, 2012 8:11am CST
My teen boy is obsessed with one game site, I blocked the site in his computer in front of him last night,he kept on saying beside me that he could easily go around using proxy to visit the blocked site. I asked him to show me how, he did it easily. He told me the school district successfully blocks all the proxy sites so they could not access all the blocked site no matter what. I need some technical help to prove to my teen I am still in control. Any suggestions? Your responses are appreciated.
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28 Aug 12
anubrataroy, thanks a lot for you response. I thought nobody would bother to answer such a technical question at mylot until yesterday i checked my email and knew you did spend time and found a link for me. The school has started, so I should have a lot of time to work this out without my boy around. Have a nice day to you too.
29 Aug 12
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17 Nov 12
It can be done exactly by how you block that game site. But you'll need to block all proxy sites that he knows, though. So maybe it's kinda tiresome. But I am quite sure that it's how his school district blocks them. They block it one by one. Generally, it's impossible to block any sites completely, especially if your child is technology literate. There always be a way to bypass any blocking. How about being more strict?