How can I beat the parental control?


#1

I can’t watch manga! I can’t download anything! I can’t get on some sites! I’m blocked and I found a process called Safe Eyes in task manager. Google tell me it is one process of this suck parental control, but I can’t remove it. I’m not the admin. I go to its site but it doesn’t tell anything about uninstallation! What the hell can I do to get rid of it?
PS. I use Win 7 Home Pre


#2

I suggest not even trying because the “admin” might lose trust in you & your internet might not be the only one taken away.


#3

Go to users and say check the giving power button. (you only can do that if you’re on the admin account)
Just reformat the computer


#4

Talk to your admin and ask them to take it out. Unless off course it’s there for a reason.


#5

Oh, being a kid is always hard :crybaby:


#6

Boot off a linux bootable distro.


#7

Lol…


#8
  1. Wait 5 years
  2. Move out.

#9

goto bookstore
buy manga

edit: i have a feeling op is a bot promoting safe eyes


#10

My mom didn’t put a parental lock for me and I ended up discovering 4chan. It was cool dude!


#11

tell your parents to tkae it off so u can haz fap


#12

Parry the blocker then c. mk super


#13

lmao!!!


#14

This is probably the easiest sollution. Only downside would be botting off a USB thumb drive all the time.


#15

There’s this place called the library, they tend to have public terminals for using the internet

pros:

  • you’re telling your parents you’re spending time at the library
  • you might pick up a book without pictures and read it
  • no masturbating

cons:

  • sometimes there are homeless people
  • no masturbating
  • The homeless smell hella rank.

#16

they should remove google from sites you can hit obviously


#17

Also having shoryuken blocked will solve the problem.


#18

Grow up. :coffee:

Or that linux bootable distro thing. Just burn an Ubuntu live cd, but it’s hella annoying when it has to load from cd all the time. Noisy, slow.


#19

Save up, and buy a $200 netbook in secret.


#20

First of all, if yours is a “local” account on this PC, you may want to attempt seeing if the default “Administrator” account has a password attached to it. Most OEM home machines do not prompt for the Admin password to be set during the first-time run process. And given that you are using Windows 7 Home Premium, I am wagering that yours is a home PC in your parents house? If this is the case, then you can simply go into “SafeMode” and use it (the default Administrator account - not yours) to elevate your user privlidges in the control panel applet or simply re-define the privlidges that ordinary user accounts have through “Computer Management”>“System Tools”>“Local Users and Groups”.

-or-

Second… go into “GodMode” and select the appropriate applet/link under UserAccounts.

To use it:

  • Create a new folder.
  • Rename the folder to GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}
  • (note that you can change the ?GodMode? text, but the following period and code number are essential).

The folder icon will change ? double click it to show the GodMode window: