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How to save $ each month off your Internet bill.

  If you haven’t noticed already you are being charged around $10 mo extra for the modem/router your ISP gave you. You can however, buy your own modem and tell them to take theirs back and stop charging you. How to replace your ISP modem with your own: First you need to know what type of Internet you have: cable, DSL or Fiber? Then go to Amazon.com, or NewEgg.com and search for ‘cable modem‘, ‘DSL modem‘, ‘xfinity modem‘ etc. Read…

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How to block Apple Updates

  Apple likes to push their updates to your iOS devices whether you want them or not. To block this log into the Global Dashboard > Web Filter > Blacklist Enter this domain: appldnld.apple.com 2. Add 3. Save Filters

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How to archive your Amazon digital content (movies, books, audible)

Amazon makes life easy…perhaps too easy, and before you know it you’ve spent hundreds to thousands of dollars buying books, and movies. This isn’t such a bad thing, until either A) you lose Internet and thus access to all your content (which you’ve paid for), or B) Amazon decides they don’t like something about you, and shuts your account down. I’ve seen it happen, it’s very traumatic, and I can assure you from experience (it wasn’t me, but I’ve had…

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How to protect macOS / OSX

  For existing Kibosh customers who need to protect their Mac computer(s) when not at home. When you’re done, the Internet on each Mac you’ve configured with Kibosh Nameservers will always be clean, and family safe no matter what Wi-Fi they are connected to (in our out of the home / office). NOTE: You do not need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network to configure this. NOTE: These settings will stay on each Mac regardless of what Wi-Fi is…

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How to change your default search engine.

  Chrome Open Chrome and search for chrome://settings/searchEngines Under Default search engines Set DuckDuckGo.com as your default: Close the tab, you’re done. Safari Choose Safari from the toolbar > Preferences… > Search Choose DuckDuckGo.com: Close window FireFox Click the menu button and choose Options. Select Search in the left pane.      

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Enable MyFilter Dashboard (Kibosh Filter Open)

  For Kibosh Filter Open customers only. If you’re reading this you should have already configured your router with Kibosh’s Nameservers. There are two parts to the Kibosh Filter Open solution: Internet Content Filtering via Kibosh – this is the part that removes all the bad stuff from the Internet. MyFilter Dashboard Management – this is where you can shape your Internet by blocking websites / apps, turn on activity logs, enable SafeSearch Lock-In, YouTube SafeMode, etc. For example, if you wanted…

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How to control Internet / App access on iOS / Android.

  How to control Internet / App access on iOS / Android. Protect the device with Kibosh Filter per the setup guide you received in your purchase email. Be sure to complete the DDNS section where you need to enter the Kibosh ID for this device. Log into the MyFilter Dashboard for this device. In other words, log into MyFilter using the Kibosh ID you received at time of purchase. Instructions on how to do this will be in your…

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How to upgrade WiFi signal.

  Everything is WiFi now, so ensuring your Kibosh appliance’s WiFi is setup properly is paramount, and will make for a much smoother experience. A few key points about WiFi: Stone and metal will interfere with all WiFi signal. So if you have a room enclosed with stone / metal you will always have problems getting a strong WiFi signal in here, regardless of the power of WiFi router. This room will need a range extender (see below). The direction…

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How to secure your old WiFi.

Video: How to find your old routers admin page. How to disable old Wi-Fi: From a PC connect to the old Wi-Fi Log into the old Wi-Fi router Find the old Wi-Fi router’s admin login First look under the router it should be listed on the sticker. It’s usually one of the following: 192.168.0.1, 192.168.1.1 Put this number in your browser: http://192.168.0.1 OR http://192.168.1.1 You will now be at the old Wi-Fi router admin page – skip down to How…

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