Force Safe Search on all major search engines: Google, YouTube, Yahoo, Bing, Yandex, Dogpile, Reddit, Ixquick, and DuckDuckGo
This extension forces Safe Search mode to ON while searching in Google, YouTube, Reddit, Yahoo, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Ixquick, and more.
- (2022-07-06) Kevin K: Does not force safe search on www.dogpile.com like it says it does.
- (2021-10-27) Igor Arnautovic: This extension has no options to disable Youtube Restricted Mode. It's getting really annoying.
- (2021-03-02) Zimeng Li: This makes for a bad YouTube experience. It forces YouTube to use 'strict' restricted mode - thus a significant amount of videos are disabled. Comments are disabled under this level too. It should instead use 'moderate'-level restricted mode.
- (2019-07-06) Kareema Mona Salah: Unfortunately, it prevents YouTube videos from playing that were clicked on from a google search. I have to research the title of the YouTube video in the YouTube search bar, then subsequently clicking on it from the YouTube search results before being able to watch. An unfortunate glitch.
- (2019-04-17) Amin Mozafari: No setting for YouTube enforcement levels: lenient, moderate, and strict. Can't watch too many safe videos that are not accessible in the strict mode.
- (2017-12-12) Дмитрий Пашков: highly recommended
- (2022-07-25, v:1.5) Andrew Leonard: LOCK
So removing this so safe search is turned back on seems as easy as going to this website and clicking a couple buttons without a password.... how do i set a password to keep this on?
- (2021-07-29, v:1.5) NIkhil sinha: it is not enforcing youtube i have to refresh youtube page then it activates you can check it
- (2018-05-23, v:1.5) Jim Young: force safe search extension
I have installed your safe search extension for Chrome. It's not forcing safe search on duckduckgo when in incogito mode. Maybe that's not possible? It's a great idea though and much needed.