Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert


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DrLala
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Does anyone know how to dis-alarm the K9 Web Protection Alert... it's on my work computer and I can't check my hotmail account, it's kind of frustrating because I need to check my email to get my kid's schedule for soccer, etc.

Thanks so much... Lala

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Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert
My facebook has been block by k9 web protection. How to unblock it??
I see stupid people (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert
Start by reading all of the other words on this page to see if anything that has already been suggested helps?
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert

i have had this similar problem. but luckily, i have found a way to disable k9 for as long as you want and you can also enable it.here are the steps
find device manager in your computer ( it's in control panel)
then once you open it, click the "view" button and click "show hidden devices"
then you should see the list in the device manager get longer
double click on "non plug in and play drivers"
double click on "bckd.sys"
it should open up a new window
there should be three sections in that new window
go to the "driver" section
and go to "type"
click "disable"
hit ok
reboot
your done!!!!

Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: removing K9 Web Protection on a Mac
how can i disable k9
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection on a Mac
Again, on a mac would be helpful because it's easy on a windows-based system.
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Re: removing K9 Web Protection on a Mac

Unless the Mac version of K9 Web Protection has changed recently, I think the only way to disable it on a Mac is to uninstall it. Uninstalling is easy - just find the K9 Web Protection icon in the Applications folder and drag it into the trash. OR, if you find a K9 Web Protection folder, it may have an Uninstall icon. If so, double click that. Either way, you will need an administrative password for the Mac to uninstall it - and I'm guessing that if a grownup installed the K9 Web Protection that grownup also has an Admin password.

Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: removing K9 Web Protection on a Mac
after disable all K9 web protections,,my net is not working..now what i do ?
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Re: removing K9 Web Protection on a Mac

undo/reverse whatever you did.. if this does not make your internet work you may have to contact K9 Web support

Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert
what do you do if the shit is blocking everything and the internet search is on strict. Please tell me i need to go on facebook.
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert
That is so helpful thanks
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Install K9 Web Protection Free programme on Mobile - How?
I WISH TO INSTALL FREE K9 WEB PROTECTION ON MOBILE, THIS PROGRAMME I WISH TO INSTALL THROUGH DESK/LAP TOP WITHOUT INFORMING TO MOBILE BEARER. CAN I DO THIS? PLEASE ADVISE.
NooB (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert
go to start-->msconfig-->services--> disable all K9 web protections. restart your computer. BAM:P
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert
what do you mean msconfig?
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Re: Undoing K9 Web Protection Alert

Hit the start button
In the RUN box, type msconfig and hit enter

k9unblocker
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Re: disable K-9 Web Protection Alert
is there a way to disable the k9 without uninstalling it ??
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Re: get around K9 Web Protection

I think that if you dont have the K9 administrative password, you can't really do much. I have read though, that you might be able to go to a (free) web-proxy (if it isnt blocked by K9), and from there access websites that the K9 Web Protect might otherwise block... Bear in mind that doing this will/may get you into trouble with whoever has put K9 on the computer (parents, boss, etc)...

Sameera Lakmal (not verified)
Re: get around K9 Web Protection

Ok. Now I'm going to show you how to disable K9 dog without password.
Follow these easy steps and see whats happen.

1-} Go to Control Pannel- Administrative tools- services
2-} select services and you can see Bluecoat ,
3-) right click on it and select properties
4-} Disable the programme and disable staring on start up
5-} Go to My computer - Windows - System 32 - Drivers
6-} Delete the file Called bckd.sys
7-} Restart the computer and Brose the web without limiting

Please be kind enough to comment on this if you have any problems

SAMEER

Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: get around K9 Web Protection
Don't have administrative access.
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: get around K9 Web Protection
Don't have administrative access.
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: get around K9 Web Protection
How would i do it on a mac?
Anonymous Visitor (not verified)
Re: get around K9 Web Protection
Anonymous Visitor wrote:
How would i do it on a mac?
I have a suspicion you could be able to do it in single user mode, but am not sure how you could find the file and remove it, as I'm unsure whether you can find it.
wendy (not verified)
Re: get around K9 Web Protection

thank you so very much IT WORKED im so sick of that program when i bought my computer it was already on it (i bought it off someone else) and they failed to tell me about the program or any kind of password. but thank you so much it worked i can get back online on my own computer now lol.

thank you wendy

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