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How to Block All Porn Sites from Your Computer

Updated on December 7, 2015

Do you have kids at home who use computer? If so, then you must do something to block all porn sites and nudity from your computer. Don’t make the mistake of being lax in this regard. Porn sites are proliferating in the internet and they are open to anyone for free. If you care for your kids then do something lest you regret. Pornography can destroy the future of your children. Their young minds will be easily corrupted by pornography so you better do everything to save them from kind of sites.

There is a way to automatically filter and prevent these filthy sites from your computer. You don’t even need to download any software, whether be it free it not to protect your computer from porn sites. Any anti-porn software can actually hinder even your wholesome surfing pleasure or slow down your computer’s performance in one way or another.

So how then can you block these porn sites from your computer without any software? Well I actually have learned through my diligent researches at the internet. One time I saw a tutorial at Youtube and after watching it I was able to do the simple procedures in my own computer. So, this is not my own discovery. I am just so pleased with the 100% effectiveness of this method so I want every parent who wants to protect the kids to know this very simple procedure of blocking all porn sites.

Step By Step Procedure to Block Porn Sites

These are the simple steps to follow:

First is go to your Control Panel, then click the Network and Sharing Center, then on the right side of this page see “Connections” and click whatever type of connection you have. It could be Local Area Connection, Wireless network connection or whatever, just click. The Network Connection Status will then appear.

From the Network Connection Status (General Tab) click “Properties” button located at the bottom left side. Then click to highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4. Then click properties. The click the button “Use the following DNS Server Addresses” then type the following numbers in the provided spaces:

Preferred DNS Server: 208. 67. 222. 123

Alternate DNS Server: 208. 67. 220. 123

Double check your entries. Take note that there is one difference in figures. If you typed the same figures it will be rejected by the system. Now if your entries are all correct don’t forget to check “validate settings upon exit” before you finally click “OK”.

Now if the above entries did not work on your computer, you can use the the following:

Preferred DNS Server: 199. 85. 126. 20

Alternate DNS Server: 199. 85. 127. 20

After typing the above entries, do the same procedure as the first: “validate settings upon exit” then click OK.

I hope any of the two will help you safeguard your kids from being exposed to porn sites. Enjoy safe and clean surfing and God bless every one.

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    • Greenlily profile imageAUTHOR

      Greenlily 

      3 years ago from Philippines

      I'm so sorry to hear that. I hope you can google for another solution to your problem. Thanks anyway.

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      help me 

      3 years ago

      I thank you for your time but the I tried the second set of numbers and still did not work. Very frustrating. But thanks for trying.

    • Greenlily profile imageAUTHOR

      Greenlily 

      3 years ago from Philippines

      Try to change the entries to :

      Preferred DNS Server: 199. 85. 126. 20

      Alternate DNS Server: 199. 85. 127. 20

      This is working well in my other laptop. This is the last solution that I know and hope this helps you. Kindly update. Thanks.

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      help me 

      3 years ago

      I checked it and it's the same numbers so it wasn't altered.

      I re-entered it again and it still doesn't work. Can't figure it out why and how to fix it.

    • Greenlily profile imageAUTHOR

      Greenlily 

      3 years ago from Philippines

      I wonder why! Someone must have changed the entries. Try to double check.

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      help me 

      3 years ago

      It was working for a long time and now suddenly it doesn't.

      What can I do?

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      Rosa 

      3 years ago

      If people arpsie to receive backlinks then they might want to at least have the decency to post a related and thorough response. All comment spam will do is maybe damage your backlinking attempts and creates useless links. The only way to behave is to befriend fellow bloggers who have blogs of a similar subject matter and generate genuine targeted traffic by making a well thought out reply. Hopefully people might think about this prior to replying after me, Many thanks.

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