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I need Firefox to permanently block NSFW content on it's default settings.
I need to Firefox to behave like SPIN Safe Browser, aka removing all kind of potentially unsafe material. Since Spin Safe Browser is built-in with NSFW filtering but it's only available for Android/iPhone, and no, emulating Android or iOS is NOT an option. None of the current desktop browsers met the criteria for me to be safe enough to block NSFW (porn) content on default settings, only SPIN Safe Browser can do this and it's not available for PC/Windows, or Linux for that matter, so my best bet is to configure Firefox as much as possible so it can block as much unsafe content as possible but there are two or three problems I am facing right now which aren't exactly easy to fix:
1. Troubleshoot Mode DISABLES all addons, meaning that if I restart Firefox on this mode, I will be able to search and view for NSFW material. There could be a relatively easy way to fix this by building Firefox from source without this specific option. If this is possible then all I need are to instructions on how to build it without Troubleshooting Mode. Doing this step is critical as Troubleshoot Mode is more or less the equivalent of "Turn the filter off, I want to watch porn", as it disables every customization made to enforce web filtering. See image 1.
2. The addons themselves can be removed, either by manually disabling or uninstalling them. This is a huge problem because once this is done, Firefox no longer is capable of filtering unsafe content by itself. I need that these addons cannot be removed, or as a workaround, add as many layers of difficulty to prevent this from happening or making it as difficult as possible so the user simply gives up because it's too complicated. Or, building Firefox from source with these addons by default would solve this issue. You don't have to install ALL the addons for this step, just a few of them will do the work. See image 2.
3. Additionally, if there could be a way to permanently enable DoH and set a specific DNS by default and prevent it from being disabled or changed to something else. For example: https://family.adguard-dns.com/dns-query could potentially help me achieve the result I want. See image 3.
Please note that SPIN Safe Browser always blocks NSFW content by default and it's impossible to search this type of content with this browser, there is no way to turn off the filter and this is exactly how I want Firefox to behave. I have read something about converting APKs into PWAs but I'm not really versed in that, but if you know a way to "port" SPIN Safe Browser to PC/Windows/Linux please let me know, or if you have any other suggestion than can help me make Firefox behave more like SPIN Safe Browser on it's default settings I would really appreciate that.
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The best way to do this is to contact your internet service provider. They should be able to put controls in place around adult content without you having to install new, or change existing, software.
Hi The best way to do this is to contact your internet service provider. They should be able to put controls in place around adult content without you having to install new, or change existing, software.
The only way I could see this working if it's they force me to use one of the DNS I use to enforce web filtering. The router they provided to me is unable to do this and therefore they aren't able to enforce web filtering until I change to other router that is able to override my ISP's default DNS (non-filtering), to the ones I want to customize, like 22.214.171.124 which will filter NSFW content while also having a very good response time.
Also I am extremely versed at looking workarounds to evade these kind of restriction enforced by ISPs, so it wouldn't work anyways. The reason I want Firefox to behave exactly like SPIN Safe Browser is because I haven't found a way to disable the filtering (since I don't know anything about Android APK's). That said I will try contacting my ISP to see if they can enforce custom filters specifically for my network.