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Hi, I don't know if its the right section, but does anyone know how to block websites from being accessed through Mac OS X 10.3.8 and any clients using shared internet through the server (My PowerMac)

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I dont think its possible in safari, in firefox, I think it is possible. what browser are you using?what os are you running? why would you want to block a website?
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You should be able to find some net filtering software for Mac. I'd try looking at http://www.macupdate.com

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Modify your /etc/hosts files and have all blacklisted web sites point to an unreachable ip number.
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