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Parental Control Setup in McAffe Security Center 2010

I setup parental control already but I'm trying to determine what is the list of keywords or rules McAfee Security Center 2010 uses to actually block content depending on the age/profile of the user accessing the Internet.

By defaut it looks there are many keywords and words blocked even though the content is appropriate, for example to a teenager. Websites like facebook.com, wikipedia.org and even websites for kids like nickjr.com are blocked by default. I had to create explicit "allow" for these websites so my two sons with a profile of "Older Teenager" and "Child" could access them. By default these are blocked. On the help screens it says McAfee blocks by default some websites based on the user profile (child, teenager, etc) but the actual screen for keyword definititions has no keywords by default so all these other keywords and rules must be hidden somewhere else on a config file or something.

Where and what's the list of websites/keywords blocked by default and that are tied to the different default profiles inside McAffee like "child"or "older teen" ?. I don't want to keep adding websites to the allow list for obvious websites like facebook.com and wikipedia.org or any other website that clearly doesn't have inappropriate material or content.

Thanks.

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