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I have a problem with my dad he loves to surf adult sites but i am sick of getting calls from him saying my screens gone blue with lots of writing on it grrrrrr what program is simple for him to use and not need virus protection or do scheduled scans .I am thinking something like mint what do you guys recomend please .

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Set up his browser to launch in a virtual box? That way, when it explodes, it doesn't fubar the actual machine and he can just relaunch.

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Thanks Cybes i was thinking what about linux ,the virtual box i downloaded it but how the hell do i open it in windows 10 please

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Thanks Cybes i was thinking what about linux ,the virtual box i downloaded it but how the hell do i open it in windows 10 please

 

TBH, I have no idea offhand. I don't do anything that needs that kind of isolation these days. That information should be easy enough to google, though.

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i tried linux but its just to hard to explain anything to him ,ill just leave it and go and do a fresh install now and then .Cheers for your help

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Try to install antivirus with strong firewall. In that way it will prevent viruses from adult website to enter your dad's desktop.

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An adblock/popup blocker will go an enormous way. It's often those popunder windows that attempt the nasty work. And it's not just porn sites, plenty of public torrent trackers are the same. Seems their ad providers aren't fussed as to content or intent of their clients. Even Gumtree does it on their mobile site. Idiots try and grab some ad revenue then don't even bother to QA the thing because if they did they'd have noticed it makes their mobile site almost unusable.

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A problem these days is there is the occasional page that just won't work if you have ad blocking in place.

Though in my experience they've generally been from shady sites, the generic community doesn't seem to have started with it yet.

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A problem these days is there is the occasional page that just won't work if you have ad blocking in place.

Though in my experience they've generally been from shady sites, the generic community doesn't seem to have started with it yet.

 

Which is why the MVPS hosts file is so fucking good!

 

as far as any script is concerned, the link wasnt blocked, it loaded as planned, just to 127.0.0.1\0.0.0.0.

So if the script says 'make sure this site is visited first' it gets a green flag :D

 

ABP can't do that.

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IMO, you can use some safe browsers, and stop javascript for (popunder) and some autoscript. 

You cannot use adblock or ublock origin since some adnetword that bypass these plugin. 

Using sanboxie or virtual machine is ok, or linux. with guest . I think it maybe work.

hope it help. 

 

( sorry i see the topic, not see the date of topic, if some one still need, hope that)

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+1 sandboxie

... if - IF - he has the discipline to separate his 'adult' web surfing from his ordinary surfing.  then he just has a different icon for his sandboxed browser, and the sandbox contents can even be deleted automatically every time he exists the browser.  if he can do that, then its by far the easiest and most effective solution imo. 

the issue, otherwise — ie. if he is intent on doing his banking and wanking with the same browser — its much more of a hassle to manage where he can and cant save files or attach a document etc from within and without the sandbox. its doable, but in this case a virtual machine might be better.

btw, why is virus protection off the table?   malware bytes....superantispyware....etc?

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