Family Friendly Filters
To specifically qualify for Family Friendly Filter status and be listed on this page, a filter must undergo rigorous independent testing to ensure that it meets the criteria as set out in the relevant Industry Code.
These include effectiveness, ease of use, configurability, availability of support and agreement by the filter company providing the filter to update the filter as required by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, for example where the Office determines following a complaint that a specified site is prohibited under Australian law.
Classes of accredited Filters
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner has 4 levels of classification for certified filters:
- Unclassified: Block websites on the eSafety Commissioner’s Prohibited URL Filter (PUF) list and are recommended for 18+ years of age.
- Class 1: Recommended for children over 15 years of age.
- Class 2: Recommended for children between 10 and 15 years of age.
- Class 3: Recommended for children under 10 years of age.
Class 3 is the highest certification.
|Exetel||Home Secure||0.1||Class 3||January 2022|
|McAfee||Safe Family||220.127.116.11||Class 2||January 2022|
|McAfee||Secure Home Platfrom||3.8||Class 2||September 2020|
|Family Zone||Family Zone||Class 3||January 2020|
|McAfee||Safe Family||2.9||Class 1||December 2019|
|Australian Private Networks||Service offering||Class 3||June 2018|
|Symantec||Norton Family||18.104.22.168||Class 1||July 2017|