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subash prasanna
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i want to block certain website in my browser.
when user types/navigates to any page, i will read the URL before page could load in the browser and check for the URL whether
it contains any name that user specified like "ad,game,hot,sex,..etc". The page should not be loaded rather it should show a
"Warning message".

It will be helpful if someone guide me, how to do this? any books to refer?.

Thanks in advance.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Why do you wish to reinvent the wheel? Most modern browsers already support this functionality
 
subash prasanna
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Thanks for your reply.

As a java developer i just want to improve my skill in Java.

I didn't describe my whole problem before because i just want to start with small requirement.

1. Identify the restricted key words from URL in browser.
2. Show "Warning message" and restrict particular site.
3. Send email to admin for trying to access for that particular restricted page.
4. Send email to admin for trying to disable or uninstall application.

Now could you tell me an idea how to go about this?, if already exist please refer me i will go throw that.
 
Rob Spoor
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You won't be able to access the browser from Java except maybe using JNI. If you want to learn Java this is not the best project you've chosen for yourself.
 
subash prasanna
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Thanks for your guidance.
This requirement sounds good.
you have suggested me that we can communicate browser using JNI from java. I will study about JNI now.

Is is possible to do this requirement using APPLET?
 
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