PG Key


Experts agree that the best way to keep kids safe on the internet is having active parental involvement when kids are surfing the net. Parents need to make and enforce safety rules, supervise online time, and give guidance as to the best practices for fun and safe surfing. Even the best behaved, most cautious kids can make bad choices. How does a parent handle the need for constant supervision?

One of the best ways to handle internet safety is to have the computer in a central location where everyone can see what is happening on the computer. After that, parents need to have some sort of computer safety product installed on the computer.

PG Key has listened to recommendations from internet security professionals as well as the law enforcement community to create a product that will allow parents to create a “kid safe” computing environment. Parents plug the PG Key into a USB port and quickly set up the parental controls for each user. Parents can:

  • block content
  • restrict pc access
  • set time restrictions
  • review sites visited
  • review chat in all forms
  • record up to 60 hours a computer activity
  • and much more…



With PG Key, there are no annual fees. You need one PG Key per computer that you want protected in the home.

Please click on the links below to read what the members of the TOS Crew had to say about their experiences with PG Key.

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Special thanks to First Mate Heather from Marine Corps Nomads for writing this post.

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