K9 Mac Optimizer is an PUP (potential unwanted program) from a major developer of Mac PUPs , K9tools.
It popups fake threats and system problems that attempted to scare the user purchase their product.
At any point of time you want to uninstall K9 web Protection from your computer go to control panel open program and features and uninstall it, it will also ask for Administrator password to uninstall it, so remember the password, it also indicate that users who don’t know the Administrator password cannot remove this protection. So filtering the internet is a good practice in the home or office it not only helps your kids or a person to stay away from the illegal and mature content it also helps to increase creativity and productivity when you don’t get distracted you will work in creative and productive manner.
If you face any trouble in filtering the internet please let me know in the comment.
The dog is supposed to help officers hunt for child pornography.
Thoreau, a Golden Labrador, already helped arrest one suspect in June, locating a thumb drive containing child porn hidden in a tin box inside another metal cabinet.
Once you successfully installed this program, open K9 web Protection from Start menu or open this URL 127.0.0.72 in the browser, it will navigate you to K9 Interface and show you the following screen.
Bing (on the other hand) has chosen to host potentially explicit thumbnails from "net" and we block that domain under the appropriate categories.
Police dogs have been helping helping their human counterparts identify contraband for years — sniffing out drugs, bombs, cash, and suspects. As reported by the Providence Journal of Rhode Island over the weekend, state police now have a dog named Thoreau capable of smelling concealed hard drives, thumb drives, memory cards, and other electronic storage media.
However, given the proliferation of child pornography online and the early success of Thoreau, you can be sure other departments will consider following his nose.
It's worth noting that detection dogs are not without their share of controversy as well: the Supreme Court just last year ruled that using a detection dog on a suspect's property to search for contraband inside his or her home constitutes an illegal search under the Fourth Amendment.