Browsing Protection can prevent you from unintentionally accessing websites that are not trustworthy or have prohibited content.

Sometimes you may browse to a website that contains suspicious, infringing, or prohibited content. For example, the website may be a fake, known spam site, contain potentially unwanted programs, or is illegal no matter where you are located.

You can use Browsing Protection to avoid unintentionally accessing these websites.

  1. Open F-Secure SAFE from the Windows Start menu.
  2. On the main view, select Secure Browsing & Banking.
  3. On the Secure Browsing & Banking view, select Settings.
  4. Select Edit settings.

    Note: You need administrative rights to change the settings.

  5. Make sure that Browsing Protection is turned on.
  6. If you want to block websites that are rated as suspicious in addition to ones that are considered harmful, select Block suspicious websites.
  7. If you want to block websites that contain prohibited content, select Block prohibited websites.
  8. If your browser is open, restart your browser to apply the changed settings.

Note: Browsing Protection requires that the Browsing Protection extension is turned on in the web browser that you use.

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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