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Parental Controls

Troubleshooting Kibosh for Android

  How to troubleshoot Kibosh for Android Internet issues Go to Settings > VPN and Disconnect DNS Changer (if it is already disconnected, then delete it) > reboot > can you browse now? If yes then stop. Go to Settings and turn WiFi off – now you’re using the Mobile Carrier’s Internet > can you browse now? If yes then stop. Go to Settings > Cellular Networks – is this enabled? If yes then go to step 4. Go to…

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How to put time limits on apps.

    How to put a time limit on apps / websites: Log into your MyFilter Dashboard Go to Web Filter > Timed Filters Set your Timezone Enter Website to Block Set the repeat Schedule Set your time frame Add Save Filters NOTE: Timed Filters to not work on YouTube – go to Web Filter > Options to enable YouTube SafeMode which is very effective at blocking objectionable content.

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How to enforce Kibosh on Windows.

  Kibosh Shield can be used in multiple scenarios: on a router, on a mobile device, on a server, or on a Windows Laptop. Enabling Kibosh Shield protection is usually done by changing said devices DNS settings. On Windows however we’ve written a tool that will enforce the use of Kibosh Shield servers at all times. If the user changes the DNS settings, this agent will change them back – silently. Kibosh Cloud Mobile Agent for Windows ( Beta )…

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Bandwidth Monitor

  Bandwidth Monitoring is part of the Advanced Parental Controls available to Kibosh Cloud and Router owners. NOTE: Bandwidth Monitoring can only be applied to devices using the Cloud / Router directly either via LAN or WiFi. NOTE: Bandwidth Monitoring can only be seen from the KRMU (http://192.168.10.1). Use Bandwidth Distribution for displaying bandwidth as a percentage between connected clients for any selected period of time. It is an excellent way to visually see who is using how much bandwidth:…

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Domain Blocking

  Domain Blocking is part of the Advanced Parental Controls available to Kibosh Cloud & Router owners. Domain blocking gives you granular control over website or app access by allowing you to create multiple rules for individual users, devices,or everyone. Websites / apps blocked blocked by the Kibosh Router’s Domain Blocking app will get this block page which references the Domain Blocking app, and how to unblock the site. NOTE: Websites that have SafeSearch enforced by the Kibosh Filtering Service…

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Web Usage Logs

  NOTE: Web Usage logs are only available for devices using the Kibosh appliance directly (not for Kibosh Cloud whole home protection). The Web Usage Monitor is for reviewing websites that connected hosts are accessing in real-time. Web Usage logs can be viewed from two locations: The Kibosh devices admin panel @ http://192.168.10.1 > Parental Controls > Web Usage. You must be connected to the Kibosh device to access. Data is displayed in real-time (as it happens) Your MyFilter dashboard @ https://myfilter.kibosh.net.…

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Schedule Admin Access

  Sometimes the administrator needs help. One of the unique features of a Kibosh appliance is the ability to block access to the appliances admin UI (i.e, the KRMU) each night to prevent the administrator from bypassing the filter settings. This setting will stop anyone, including the router’s administrator, from logging in and modifying existing rules in order to gain access to objectionable content. How to schedule KRMU access: Log into your KRMU at http://192.168.10.1 Go to System > Router…

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WiFi Schedule

  WiFi Schedule Gives you the ability to easily turn the Kibosh Router’s wireless signal on or off by clicking the squares to set the schedule. Stop / Start wireless radio(s): disables the Kibosh Router’s wireless signal. Time Period: Disable timer: default Daily: enabled a single tab to schedule the wireless signal to turn on / off each day Weekday + Sat/Sun: enables three tabs to schedule the wireless signal to turn on / off Weekly: enables seven tabs for…

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Timed Filters

  With Timed Filters you can block access to specific websites, or the entire Internet on a custom schedule. How to setup a timed filter for a single website: Log into your MyFilter Dashboard Go to Web Filter > Timed Filters Set your timezone. Enter the website to block. Just enter the last portion of the website. Example, to block access to http://www.facebook.com, just enter ‘facebook.com’. Set a daily or weekly schedule. Add. Save Filters. Each timed filter corresponds to one time…

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