Yup, where there's a will there's a way, and if you have an admin user account on the computer, you can disable the software.mastallama wrote:I can tell you right now, he's not going to like it and doesn't see a problem with his addiction. If there is a way to disable and get around one of these products, he'll be looking for it.
If he doesn't ever see a problem with his addiction, then I'm not sure why she would be taking him back, since the root problem will still be there, even if it's not manifesting itself in his actions. I hope you'll pardon my bluntness, but is she looking to support her husband through his struggles, or is she looking to nanny a grown-up child and encase him in a rubber room?mastallama wrote:So with either of these products, all internet traffic is filtered without a way of getting around it? I can tell you right now, he's not going to like it and doesn't see a problem with his addiction. If there is a way to disable and get around one of these products, he'll be looking for it.
It's not quite that simple -- I run as an administrator on my computer, but even if I stop the process through the process manager, then it alerts my accountability partners the next time the computer reboots.mastallama wrote:...if the admin account can just turn it off, I'll have to make sure the computer has multiple accounts and leave it up to her to keep/give the admin password.
It's good to see you back here. I look forward to seeing you around more!mastallama wrote:I've missed the CDN interactions and want to start visiting here again
Well, if the leading software in the industry do not support Linux but there is a need there, then it could be worth the effort.I'm wondering if I should pick that project up again. Does anyone else think that a Linux program that worked like CE or X3Watch would be worth the development effort?
opendns.orgmastallama wrote:Hey everyone,
I know it has been a very long time since I've posted on here. Things have been crazy busy with work, life, and my band. I hope everyone is doing good
I have a client that kicked her husband out of the house due to his porn addiction. She's letting him move back in next week but wanted to get a good porn blocker/tracker on her computer so  he can't look at porn and  if he tries, she'll know about it.
Do you have any suggestions?
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