C++ (Pretty hard...)

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    C++ (Pretty hard...)

    >> PLEASE NOTE: I AM VERY SORRY IF THIS QUESTION DOES NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH C++, I'M ONLY ASKING THIS QUESTION, FOR I AM TRYING TO PROGRAM SOMETHING LIKE THIS USING C++ CODING. I AM SORRY (AGAIN) IF YOU THINK THIS IS A WASTE OF TIME.

    Is it possible (using C++) to redirect a website that has the words: "word1" (and/or) "word2" (and/or) "word3" (and/or) "word4" (and/or) "word5" (and/or) "word6" (and/or) "word7" (and/or) "word8" (and/or) "word9" (and/or) "word10" ---- to the webpage: "D:\something\something\here.htm"?
    ::Can I make this program 'load up' when the computer (XP Pro) is starting, and keep the program "invisible" and run while the computer is kept on?::

    How?

    - Clearing it up -

    My point is can i redirect a website by using C++ if there are any of the "words" on the page to D:\something\something\here.htm? Can I make the program startup with the computer and keep running while the computer is on? If so, how?

    Best regards,
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    I'm a little confused by the point and/or question. As far as the re-direct i think you will need HTML/java/ASP or some othe rlanguage, but i may be wrong. As far as starting a program and running it invisible you can use C++ and windows functions.

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    It most certainly can be done, but it won't be easy to do.

    It seems to me that you would be better off with a router which offered keyword blocking, some software like Websense (I hate that filter), or a firewall that would let you block keywords. I'm assuming this is for stopping your kids from looking at porn sites or something like that.
    Away.

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    >>Websense (I hate that filter)

    Me too, before i graduated i made it a point to crash it every other day in class.

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    C++

    Oh well, thanks anyways.

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    Yes you can write it in C++. Look into CGI programming using C/C++. Though you could probably develop it faster using perl or php.

    If i understand correctly you want to scan pages for certain words and if they are found redirect to another page.

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    Originally posted by blackrat364
    I'm assuming this is for stopping your kids from looking at porn sites or something like that.

    NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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