Personal Filter Settings
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The problems of using the Internet are not only exposure to forbidden and problematic content, but also the use of the Internet for entertainment and exposure to new worlds that do not fit the Charedi way of life. There is also an issue of internet addiction, in which one can end up wasting hours on end of precious time. Some users need extensive use of the internet, these users will need all the clean space NetFree allows, But many users do not need all the space, only the categories of sites used for their work. In addition, there are many users who want to limit usage to certain hours. NetFree has therefore created the Personal Filter Settings.
- 1 Personal Profiles
- 1.1 What is a personal profile and what can it do?
- 1.2 Setting the rules of what is open and what is closed in your profile
- 1.3 Setting by site category
- 1.4 Setting by individual sites
- 1.5 Additional settings
- 2 Setting a profile for hours and/or days of the week
- 3 Locking these settings with a separate password
- 4 Internet connection associated with the profile
- 5 Community Supervision
What is a personal profile and what can it do?
All personal settings are done within a profile, and you can create several profiles. At any time you can run another saved profile. You can also create and delete profiles freely. There is a default profile that cannot be deleted and determines the settings each time there is no other profile activated. You can also set a schedule for the profiles. That is, instead of manually switching, set fixed times for applying a particular profile.
A profile can do many things, including opening and closing the internet by site and by time according to the users needs, these settings are performed in "Setting a profile for hours and/or days of the week", see below
Setting the rules of what is open and what is closed in your profile
You can set the default profile, this profile will automatically be in effect at any time that there is no other profile in effect, or click on the "+" that is next to the default profile tab, this will open a new profile in another tab. name the new profile, set the new profile with the settings as listed below, if you would like more than one extra profile for other times, then repeat this step.
At the top of the profile it says "All sites in the system are Opened/Blocked Except the sites listed below"
Clicking on open/closed changes the function, whether everything is open besides the exceptions or everything is closed besides the exceptions. Whatever is decided here, becomes the "default profile status".
Now that we have set up the "default profile status", we can set up the exceptions. Even though we have set up the "default profile status"-all is open or closed, simply, all the exceptions should be the opposite the "default profile status", but there is still an option to make an exception for each exception in the profile, to be open or closed. The reason for this is, if for example you set the "default profile status" to be open, and an exception for all .com sites to be closed, you can make an exception for that exception that chase.com should be open.
There are 2 ways to set a profile: by category or by individual site.
Setting by site category
A site category or Tag, is a label that includes all sites of its kind, for example "Banks" includes all the sites that are banking sites.
Settling conflicts in category settings
Any site that is not in any category which was set in the profile, will get the "default profile status". If the site is listed under open categories AND closed categories, then it goes by vote, If most of the categories that this site is in are set in your profile to be open, then the site will be open, if most of the categories that this site is in are set in your profile to be closed then the site will be closed. If it is a tie, then it falls back to the to the "default profile status".
Note: Exceptions of individual sites override exceptions of category, if a certain tag is set to closed, and in Set up addresses you defined a URL that belongs to the same tag as opened, the site will be open.
Setting by individual sites
Set up addresses This is if you would like to set specific sites to be open or closed. Each site must begin with the URL, like http:// or https://. In order to enter a website, enter the URL in the "Set up addresses" field and click "Insert (הכנס)", for example: If you want to block the entire stackoverflow.com site, enter the address setting field: http://stackoverflow.com and click "Insert".
The default "Insert" button adds the main URL of the site, even if in the inclusion field we have entered the address of a particular page, so to block a specific address from a particular site (but leave the rest of the site open), for example: http://stackoverflow.com/documentation, enter the full address field in the address setting field and click on the arrow mark that appears on the "Insert" button next to the word "Insert", the menu that opens should choose "Insert address (at the beginning / end (הכנס כתובת התחלה/בסוף, see below)"
If you would like all the sub domains of a site to be open/closed as well, then just add a "*" before the domain name. like this:
https://*.google.comthis will open mail.google.com and maps.google.com etc. The star can be anywhere, it means "any character that appears here is a match".
After adding an address we define the status of the address, the transition between the different options is done by clicking the word closed, there are 4 options: 1) Closed, 2) Opened, 3) Prevent addiction = It makes you wait a few seconds before entering the site. 4) Closed at the source (סגור מלכתחילה) = The site will not send any requests to the server שnd js and css files will not load.
After choosing these settings, remember to click save.
Settling conflicts in individual site settings
In the individual site settings, the deciding factor is the order of the sites. The higher it is on the list, the stronger it is, and it will overcome any contradictions later in the list.
In addition, after adding an address, you can move the address up and down by the arrows on the right side of the address, thereby changing its effect accordingly.
In the personal filter settings there is a section called "Additional settings". Here we will explain what these settings do.
Upload images for review- Submit to test images embedded within base64 html or images embedded within PDF or any other file supported by NetFree in the future.
Disable the NetFree-Panel- Will hide from the page the Quick help panel,please note that if you hide the pane the images will not continue to refresh automatically, to hide the panel and still continue to refresh automatically, you can use alternate ways, see here
FIlter personal/private content -Will send images from sites that access protected images using a user name and password. Used to filter images in Gmail and Google Docs, as well as on Discount Bank's website.
Prevent warning for possible corrupted files -In PDF files which are filtered a warning appears that the file may be disturbed, checking this box disables the alert.
Delete unknown search results -Google search results will only show sites that have been reviewed and approved, Unreviewed links will be omitted, And instead of the result will appear ?-?-?-?-?-?.
Disable Internet traffic recording - Users on your Internet network will not be able to record Internet traffic.
Setting a profile for hours and/or days of the week
Different profiles can be created for different filtering settings, which will be automatically activated at preset times. For example, you can choose to have profile "X" filter settings that include all predefined settings with all addresses and/or tags, and make an exclusion that at certain times profile "Y" should take effect. You can set a number of profiles to be applied on the days and times that you set them to run.
You can also set a number of profiles and choose which profile should apply to each Internet connection associated with the account.
How to define a session profile
Select your time zone (you can choose Israeli, New York, Buenos Aires or London time zone)
By default, if we have not set up activation settings, the "Default Profile" filter settings will apply. But you can change this by selecting a profile in "Choose a profile that will work all the time".
In the next line we can define which profile will run during the hours when we did not set up a session schedule.
Adding the activation rules is done by the "Add time (הוסף זמן הפעלה)" button, by clicking on the button above we will open a selection field of profiles where we select the profile we want to set to run at certain times. We will define the days when we want the profile to be applied by highlighting the days, And we'll select the hours on those days when the profile will apply.
You can add additional times for hours and / or other days when we want another profile to apply.
When you are done, don't forget to save the settings! In order that the settings should be saved, and that the profiles should go into effect, you have to click on "Save" at the top of the page. if there is a separate password for these settings, you will have to enter it at this point.
Locking these settings with a separate password
You can set a separate password for these settings so that not everyone who has access to you account (family or workers) can change these settings. You can also have a friend or relative set a password in order to prevent changing the settings due to a fleeting desire.
Internet connection associated with the profile
In this area, you can see and control all the Internet connections associated with our account, you can delete your ISP's association with this account , and choose an activation profile for each connection associated with the account.
To meet the needs of many users who wanted their use of the filtered Internet to be monitored, as well as the need for many users not to be able to change their personal filter settings as a result of a momentary impulse, etc., the possibility of community monitoring of user accounts has been created.
Read more about Community Supervision.
- Account associated with the community only the community supervisor can disconnect connections from the account.