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Protect your entire family with F-Secure SAFE - Internet Safety for kids and teens
You can take control of what your family and others see online when browsing to make sure people get the best from the internet. And control when and for long people use the internet. Research shows teenage boys can spending 8 hours a day online - time to take control.
SAFE Search is an Internet search engine provided by Google and F-Secure. Safe Search does a security check for each search result that Google provides. On the search results page, before each result, you see a website safety rating. These ratings tell you graphically which sites are safe to visit, and which to avoid even before you click a link. Safe Search also filters out explicit Internet content making it a suitable search engine to be used by children.
You can take control of what your family and others see online when browsing to make sure people get the best from the internet. You can selectively eliminate things like Adult Content, Hate, Gambling, Weapons. Browsing Protection helps you and your family to browse the web safely. In addition to protecting you against malicious software and web sites, you can also control when and for how long someone is allowed to browse the Internet. Browsing Protection also includes improved banking protection to ensure your banking transactions are safe and private. Elevating your security settings during your online banking session for extra protection.
Many web sites, like Google, have started to encrypt web traffic using HTTPS. Which prevents electronic eavesdropping of your web traffic in public Wi-Fi areas (cafes, airport etc.). Browsing Protection protects this encrypted traffic in a same way as non-encrypted traffic.
In addition to parental control software, BeSecureOnline offers great internet safety talks for kids and teens.
We introduce serious topics in a fun and interesting way, sharing facts about internet safety and how kids can avoid cyberbullying and what to do if they are being bullied.
For more information about our parental control products or internet safety talks for kids, please contact us.