Child Safety

You’re right “comodo security comp.”

But Symantec, kaspersky,… security compain too.

Why they are make that?

maybe answer is try to blocking porns from children brains. :slight_smile:

Ivan, just a piece of advice here. It is very poor form (not to mention off-topic or post poisoning, which are against Forum Policy) to make a post in another thread (with a poll) asking users to go to your thread on the same subject and vote there instead…

Please do not do this again. :P0l

Not all porn sites are viral in nature (they just sell your info to other sites). Comodo’s DNS will stop or warn you about unsafe (viral) sites.
There was talk, don’t recall how far it went, of listing all sites with a rating, much like movies. Software can then block anything with a rating not desired.
This is probably what you are looking for, but it does require the cooperation of all Web developers globally to work. Something I doubt will ever happen.

This thread is talking about “Child safety” my thread is talk about CFC as they are link to eash other they are no where near the same…this thread ask if Comodo should do something about child safety… CFC is take that qeustion and making it into a reality…but I get your point :-\

If you all are so againtest this does it mean you guys support porn??? I mean honestly I don’t really care if you do… but some people like another wall your know after you talk to your kids and say this is wrong blah blah blah …so kid goes on to play at a kid friendly website…click on ad then click on another ad…whether or not the kid leave the site (problemly happen because you talk to him/her) but he/she still see thing that she/he should not…I am not talking about teens here…I talk about little kids…

Can you please merge the two topics it would suit us all much better :-TU :-La

I think they should integrate child protection which would block inappropriate sites, especially for teenagers.

Teenagers yes! But most of all little kids! Kids that don’t know any better!

I might be or get called old fashioned here.
Our family room is the only room in our home that we have computers and that rule is staying in our household.
It not only makes for easier supervision, but it also helps keep interaction between family members alive.

I take it Ivan has either no kids, or doesn’t wish to take responsibility for proper guidance in their development.

As for pop ups, there are blockers for that, browser specific.
Ads. If they are raised to be responsible, those ads should not be of any concern.
Again, it boils down to parents taking responsibility for their children’s upbringing, not leaving it to some gadget or device to do their job for them.
Take for example how people use television to babysit. And how these same people feel about television. (Emphasized on Family Guy and The Simpsons. Meant as a joke perhaps, but comics and writers these days take from real life.)

Ah I see real parenting here? 88) Avoiding a question and attacking other users… and as I said in my post I argeed that parents should take a active role in the upbringing of kids but this will add another layer of protection…what about the little kids? I’am not talking about teens anymore talking about little kids that don’t know better? With the help of both CFC and parental guides kids can be safer on the internet

-Once AGAIN TO MAKE IT CLEAR AS I SAID EARLIER I AGREE THAT PARENTS SHOULD TAKE A ACTIVE ROLE IN THEIR KIDS UPBRINGING!

Most 7-12 yr old want to be on their favorite tv channel website (TreeHouse, YTV as Canadian examples). These should be considered safe, but again, it is always advisable for parents to remain close to keep an eye on the screen. I always did.
Also, computer time can be limited/restricted in when the youngsters are permitted access (ie when you are able to perform this task).
No matter how you look at it, you as a parent should know what is being presented to your children online. Your opportunity to teach them before they hit the dreaded teen years. :slight_smile:

You were a teen once then why say that…teens need the most help of all… Most parents don’t get that…And I also agree parents “should”!!!( Sadly most them don’t!!! key word most!!!) CFC can help…even if it is only a little

If you have taught your children well, teen years should not be as much a problem as you need to start trusting their decisions will reflect your judgements. Also, keeping the lines of communication open with them is a huge step in the right direction.

Agreed ;D

18 votes against to 2835 viewer ??? :THNK

Attention parents!

Comodo is a computer security company, it’s not to support babysitting! You want a child safety feature? Go find a program for that, they already exist. There’s DNS and extension as well to support it.

Thank you for reading.

Don’t grandstand on these Forums. If you’re not prepared or willing to take responsibility, don’t ask someone else to do it for you.

Your opinion not right;

Please, you and others same view, read this;

I DON’T WANT TO GIVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO SOMEONE ELSE, I WANT TO LITTLE HELP ONLY…
AND, I USE “NORTON FAMILY SAFETY” NOW, BUT I THINK “COMODO CAN MAKE BETTER THAN THIS…”

I’M NOT AGGREE WITH YOU AND OTHERS.

Sure you have all rights having your own opinion
At the same time that doesn’t mean that your opinion is the only & correct one
You had many answers & advices being given here and other similar threads already
At the moment there are 4166 views and only 19 votes (8! of them are against)
If so many were just ignorant (can be added to those"8-NOs") - such statistic can be considered as another answer, isn’t it?

Therefore it doesn’t make any sense to resurrect practically very dead thread again & again

No, in the first place, please read this:

Since the topic about education of your kids were mentioned here, please educate yourself (otherwise how would you educate your kids re: “Internet behaviuor”?
According to the “Internet ethics” (Google it) rules typing (all) sentences in upper-case considered as being rude/swearing/shouting

Finally, (again) use advices given above;
Avoid terms like “Comodo should” … That’s a free Software & they well know what they should/must develop and concentrate on;
Then, in addition – if you and or your partner (as an adults) are using/sharing the same computer with your kids – create special user account for them. Logg off when you finished. Teach them how to log on (or do it yourself). Install any available “browser for kids” make it default and “start with windows” … in addition you can create policies so they cannot run anything else

aside note to moderators: I have a deep feeling that this thread has to be locked forever

Thanks