Parental Control (Impossible to bypass)?

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Re: Parental Control (Impossible to bypass)?

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For Asus routers there is a open source firmware made by the community that uses that same OS (as you show in the image) but adds all kinds of more features into it. It is called AsusWRT merlin.

https://www.asuswrt-merlin.net

When you install it, your asus router is a linux box that you can control normally (i.e more freedom). But otherwise it remains the same, even the UI looks the same.
Not sure if you can change the hosts file on the ASUS made version...

https://github.com/StevenBlack/hosts/bl ... /readme.md

But one problem I see you have not addressed is that one can search google images for porn. The Family openDNS will block opening those pages, I suppose, but does it blok the preview?
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Re: Parental Control (Impossible to bypass)?

#23 Post by bester69 »

pylkko wrote:For Asus routers there is a open source firmware made by the community that uses that same OS (as you show in the image) but adds all kinds of more features into it. It is called AsusWRT merlin.

https://www.asuswrt-merlin.net

When you install it, your asus router is a linux box that you can control normally (i.e more freedom). But otherwise it remains the same, even the UI looks the same.
Not sure if you change the hosts file on the ASUS made version...

https://github.com/StevenBlack/hosts/bl ... /readme.md

But one problem I see you have not addressed is that one can search google images for porn. The Family openDNS will block opening those pages, I suppose, but does it blok the preview?
I think when you fix DNS's parental control, It fixes secure search.. In my case when Im using clearbrowsing dns's I cant search any porn on google, Ive to switch to other dns to be able to change not secure search on google. So I guesss It happens the same with opendns and other ones. but you can also fix that setting on system by using chrome policies; I think it would be SafeBrowsingEnabled policy, and you can also force installing vrate extension;

Vrate: Smart internet porn blocker that filters porn by analyzing images on a web page using the latest advances in artificial intelligence. (Chrome extensions)
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta ... hjdlpifcmk

chrome.json
{
"SafeBrowsingEnabled": ["true"],
"ExtensionInstallBlacklist": ["*"],
"ExtensionInstallForcelist":
["hikjbimjpogeajolkcggpbhjdlpifcmk;https://clients2.google.com/service/update2/crx"]

}
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Re: Parental Control (Impossible to bypass)?

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Fernando Negro wrote:(Although, to be really safe... One would have to either lock the router inside a closet or a room, with a key, or routinely check that the filters are still working properly...)
bester69 wrote:you set password in router so he cant alter it..
You're right. (Because I don't bother much about router security, I hadn't thought about the following...)

If one changes the original Wi-Fi password, then the reset button being pressed on the router (to go back to factory settings, and eliminate the new DNS Server rules) also eliminates the new Wi-Fi password on the router. And, that way, when faced with a Wi-Fi connection problem, one would find out that someone had messed with the router.
I just *love* the stability, much more bug-free nature, and modular installation options of Debian. Apart from the unfortunate adoption of "systemd" (viewtopic.php?f=20&t=129881&start=165#p671030) this distribution is *great*.

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Re: Parental Control (Impossible to bypass)?

#25 Post by bester69 »

CleanBrowsing (excellent dns filter)
https://cleanbrowsing.org/filters#family

dnsClean.sh

Code: Select all

#!/bin/sh
#

sudo chattr -i /etc/resolv.conf
sudo rm /etc/resolv.conf

#CleanBrowsind (proxy +vpn `+ adult)
 echo "nameserver 185.228.168.168" | sudo tee  /etc/resolv.conf
 echo "nameserver 185.228.169.168" | sudo tee -a /etc/resolv.conf
 nmcli con mod "NETGEAR03 1" ipv4.dns "185.228.168.168 185.228.169.168" 

 
sudo /etc/init.d/nscd restart
sleep 1
sudo chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf


Porn Filters Compared: OpenDNS, Neustar, CleanBrowsing, Norton, Yandex and AdGuard
https://hackernoon.com/porn-filters-com ... 1f207062c4

Out of the 88 porn domains, I expected all of them to be blocked. Only CleanBrowsing blocked them all, with Norton SafeConnect very close in second place by missing 5 domains:

CleanBrowsing: 100% blocked
Norton: 94% blocked (83 blocked, 5 not blocked)
Yandex: 93% blocked (82 blocked, 6 not blocked)
OpenDNS: 89% blocked (79 blocked, 9 not blocked)
Neustar: 81% blocked (72 blocked, 16 not blocked)


Testing free proxies
There are many easy to use free proxies that should be blocked when you are filtering access to pornographic content. When testing the top 10 free proxy domains, only OpenDNS and CleanBrowsing blocked all of them.
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Re: Parental Control (Impossible to bypass)?

#26 Post by Head_on_a_Stick »

bester69 wrote:Out of the 88 porn domains, I expected all of them to be blocked. Only CleanBrowsing blocked them all, with Norton SafeConnect very close in second place by missing 5 domains
You checked 88 pr0n sites? :o I hope you used lotion... :mrgreen:

And ftr, there was no interweb when I was young but we still managed to find naughty videos :|
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