extension ExtPose

Web Safety

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Provides two search profiles for parents and children respectively to keep the family’s search activities separated and safe.

Image from store Web Safety
Description from store Parents working-from-home, and children learning virtually at home, has become the reality for families all over the world. The development of virtual workplace and e-learning technologies means that now more than ever, families are sharing devices. However, adults don’t want their kids to see the content of their searches, especially if the topics are not appropriate for minors. There is a great need to segregate Internet browsing activities between their children and themselves, while they share the same device and same browser. After the extension has been added to your Chrome browser and activated for the first time, the parent user is instructed to create and customize the two profiles. As a parent and adult user, you will be given the opportunity to enter your birth year and set your profile password once the extension has been activated for the first time. Your password prevents your kids from switching to your profile and potentially being exposed to inappropriate content. Therefore, we strongly recommend the use of a password. Inside the children’s profile, we support Kiddle (default), KidRex, Kid’s Search, and Safe Search Kids. They help filter out inappropriate content and present your kids with an easy-to-use and safe environment. Inside the parents’ profile, we support Yahoo, Google, Bing, Yandex, and Baidu. Permissions used and reasons: 1. Access to “contextMenus”. We require this permission to add items to the drop-down menu to improve our service and user experience. 2. Access to “cookies”. We require this permission to enable you to customize your settings. 3. Change your default search engine. We require this permission to change your default search engine to our domain search.privatesearch.online, powered by Yahoo, as a placeholder in order to provide you the functionalities of the extension. You can make a change at any time to other supported options inside the extension Settings. How to remove this extension? If you want to remove our extension, go to “Settings” on Chrome, and find our extension in the “Extensions” tab. Click “remove”. Alternatively, you can right-click on the extension’s icon on your browser and select “Uninstall” from the drop-down menu. Chrome™ is a trademark of Google LLC. The use of them does not imply any affiliation to or endorsement by Google LLC. By adding this extension to your Chrome browser, you accept and agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. Privacy Policy: https://www.websafety.live/privacy Terms of Use: https://www.websafety.live/terms FAQ: https://www.websafety.live/#faq Contact Us: https://www.websafety.live/contact Uninstall: https://www.websafety.live/uninstall

Latest reviews

  • (2022-08-07) I need to keep this in my head Don't ask: Wow just wow, I downloaded this useless trash if you are reading this DELETE IT YOU CAN THANK ME LATER! Okay you are maybe thinking i'm crazy but my bestie got hacked😪, Why and how you're thinking its this if you think its good and perfect, No some stuff is just hiding horrible secrets, Now listen delete it and move with your life, if you think i've lied, you're terribly wrong. Just delete it don't get hacked, Okay? Also don't judge my horrible grammar because i was in a rush.
  • (2021-01-19) Braden Norris: Forced to download for school. Obviously fishing my data, hate the fact that I will be forced to have this useless software installed for the next 8 months (and it keeps changing my default browser back to YAHOO????) Shady.
  • (2020-09-28) Cynthia Kohler: Andrew F. and Joe H. installed a new shower for us. They were very polite and cleaned up after they finished the job. We can't wait to use the new shower. There are a few minor details that need to be fixed. We already have an appointment to make the corrections. i would recommend West Shore.
  • (2020-03-20) Michael McDonald: I'd never thought my pc would ever perform like ti dose now. I suggest stop paying those online technician that charge hundred of dollars, I had a big major problem now its and the past I wound suggest this service to anyone . Mastercraft.
  • (2020-03-09) Giovanni Bertaiola: seems very useful at a first glance
  • (2020-03-07) andy pasternak: no problems ........... works great love it
  • (2020-03-01) Douglas Stacy: It does what it says it will do. BUT... I see all there "Forced Download" type comments. You're not forced to take it, you need to read the page before clicking on "INSTALL". It is an added item to an other installation, you blindly click install and then get offered 2 or 3 more before you realize whats up. Don't blame anyone but yourself for NOT READING before clicking. In fact, that's the ONLY reason I'm not giving this a 5 star rating.
  • (2020-01-05) Lawrence Eaton: Thanks, this extension really makes a difference when you need to shut the curtains down during sensitive times.
  • (2019-12-26) ashantas Cooper: I Love it !! It does what it says it is going to do Periodtt !!
  • (2019-12-24) Aria S: It came as a recommendation, but it seems to bring up the yahoo browser?? For a chrome extension this is bizarre... I'm okay with it for now, so far no bugs.
  • (2019-12-23) Joe Longtin: Malware garbage that I was forced to install. Kill it, please.
  • (2019-12-23) Milo McMillen: it keeps putting the yahoo stupiid browser not google .
  • (2019-12-20) Ajay Srivastava: Forced install. So much for security if I don't have a say in what I want installed on my computer or browser. Shady.
  • (2019-12-20) Mairim Montesino: this is soooooooooooooo good
  • (2019-10-13) Sharon Fernandes: Feel like it's being forced on me. I've changed my search engine to a non-google program.
  • (2019-08-16) BANDOPANT SATHE: It's great app for privacy and browsing problems. Also net become fast when installed this extension. Good work team keep it up. Thanks.
  • (2019-08-06) Anthony Sismondo: This plug-in is similar to some used by a/v programs (i.e. Kaspersky) but with limited success. Same deal as with Safe Net. Finally a set of plugins to (no pun intended) "plug" the holes the other a/v programs leave behind. Internet protection has always been a weakness with most a/vs' so time will tell if this is what I've been looking for. Most malware writers know how to turn off a/v plugins (as is the case with Malwarebytes) , so Safely will have their work cut out for them if they want to stay a step ahead of the bad actors. Regardless, I applaud their efforts, and wish them success, Time will tell.
  • (2019-07-29) Isaac Yocum: seem's to be working very well thus far the soft where seems to stream everything with ease, not bugs crashes spyware or anything so far one of the other ones i have that run Simonutainously within the application
  • (2019-07-18) • Mocha_Milky •: Honestly, I like this even though it was forced. Now I know which websites are save for me, and which websites could put me at a potential risk. :)
  • (2019-07-13) Bill Jackson: Even though it was a forced install, I think my old Linux Mint runs great.
  • (2019-06-23) Tammy Schiefer: Yes, it good? I would recommended it.
  • (2019-06-08) Kelly Jones: works great
  • (2019-05-08) Adrien Tahan: pas mal
  • (2019-05-02) Alyssa Osborne: Even though I was forced to get, it helps so much LOVE IT!!!!
  • (2019-05-02) NICOLAS VEROLI: So far as I can tell this software was installed without my permission. That's the definition of spam, and I really don't appreciate it.
  • (2019-05-01) Ms. Positive Flow: so far so good!!!
  • (2019-04-30) red thacker: need it on all browsers
  • (2019-04-28) Lydia Lovegood: it was a forced install im very happy about it it just i hate it
  • (2019-04-26) Greg Landorf: Big fan. Allows my computer to run smoothly without noticing the quality this extension provides. Excellent addition.


200,000 history
4.1642 (67 votes)
Last update / version
2024-05-14 / 3.0.5
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