SafeBrowse.com Inc. on Tuesday announced that its Internet filtering software Safe Eyes is now available for the Mac. The application can be customized for each user of the computer, offering the ability to filter out unwanted Web sites, pop-up windows and chat rooms.
Safe Eyes 2005 Mac Edition can ban content according to 35 different categories, a blacklist or a series of keywords. The application logs attempts to view banned Web pages and can issue usage alerts. The developer estimates that it adds approximately one-third of a second to the downloading time for each Web page.
Safe Eyes 2005 Mac Edition is US$49.95, with a 15-day trial period available. It requires Mac OS X v10.4 or higher.