August 04, 2011

[Pc Apps] Net Nanny v6.5
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Net Nanny is one of the lesser-used blocking programs; very few Peacefire members have indicated that it is being used at

their school, and a survey of 24 libraries using blocking software did not include any that were using Net Nanny. However, in

1997, a student at Central Texas Community College reported that the software was being used on campus computer terminals.

Then, in February 1998, Friends University installed Net Nanny on their campus computer system. In the latter case, staff at

Friends University reported that the software blocked information on sexually transmitted diseases, the politics of

prostitution, and even a site about Adam and Eve.

Net Nanny was one of the four blocking software programs criticized in the 1996 article "Keys to the Kingdom", which listed

some of the sites blocked by Net Nanny, CYBERsitter and Cyber Patrol. Although the authors wrote that the list of blocked

sites used by each program was encrypted and could not be read by the user, Net Nanny comes with an unencrypted list of about

3,500 blocked sites -- making it the only program so far that allows the administrator to see the list. It also blocks much

less than any of the competing programs (which usually come with "blocked site lists" of about 100,000 Web sites). Net Nanny

has claimed that they give more control to the administrator (i.e. parent, teacher or librarian) by not encrypting their

list; however, Peacefire members whose schools are using the software have reported that the default sites selected by Net

Nanny are blocked in the overwhelming majority of cases. Because filtering software companies usually encrypt their blocked

site lists to protect them from being used by competitors, Net Nanny has less motivation to encrypt their list, since it

represents an investment of much less time and money.

Although the blocked site list is short, Net Nanny employes a more severe word filtering mechanism than most other programs.

It is often reported that blocking software will block an entire page based on the occurrence of a single word. This is not

usually true; Cyber Patrol and SurfWatch will block pages only if a banned word appears in the URL, and CYBERsitter will

simply remove the word from the page. Net Nanny, however, blocks all pages by default that contain the words "sex", "drugs"

or "pornography", and can even be configured to hang up the modem or lock up the computer if a banned word appears on the

screen. This was the default configuration reported to be in use at the Central Texas Community College. For example, the Net

Nanny FAQ (which has since been removed from the Web) states:

"So if your kids do a lot of e-mailing or go into chat rooms within IRC you can still take action. Say your kid�s friend

e-mails him a pipe bomb recipe. If 'bomb' is in your dictionary Net Nanny goes to work."

Although Net Nanny blocks fewer Web sites than any competitors, it does block access to about the same number of newsgroups,

including:

* bit.listserv.aidsnews
* clari.tw.health.aids
* misc.health.aids
* sci.med.aids
* alt.feminism
* soc.feminism

as well as the Banned Books page at Carnegie Mellon and Femina.com, which describes itself as a "comprehensive, searchable

directory of links to female friendly sites and information on the World Wide Web".

While the Banned Books page and Femina.com are blocked because the URL's exist as entries on Net Nanny's blocked site list,

more Web sites are blocked because they contain keywords which activate Net Nanny's word filter. TIME journalists reported in

an August 1997 article that Net Nanny blocked the National Organ 






net nanny v6.5 Is Compatible with windows xp , windows 7 also..






Download the trail Version from here 
Code:
http://www.netnanny.com/products/netnanny


1- Use the Trail Serial Registration to Install 


2- Download Pach from here [Your Antivirus May Called it as Virus So first Make a Backup of your Windows in system protection in control panel and then turn off your antivirus and then download and apply the patch] 



Code:
http://www.mediafire.com/?wb4b7b3zpwhcgs5


3- Run Windows in Safe Mode and run the Pach and find the dll file "LicenseManager.dll" under this Path "C:\Program Files\ContentWatch\Internet Protection\Modules\LicenseManager.dll" and Pach it 



Run the Pach as admin



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