The program's bi-directional cookie management uses a filter list and an algorithm to distinguish between cookies that are needed to let you revisit important web sites, and those cookies that are violating your privacy. Internet Watcher makes it easy to accept cookies normally, block them, or assign them your own expiration date. You can also do housekeeping on the existing cookies on your computer.
Because Internet Watcher 2000 is a true proxy server, it can be installed easily on a LAN's web server, and all employees can share a single Internet connection. By maintaining Internet Watcher 2000 data on the server, the network administrator can manage cookies, filter pages, and maintain log files for all Internet users on the LAN.
The program includes interfaces in English, German, Japanese, French, Spanish, Italian, and Hungarian. Internet Watcher 2000 runs under Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000, and can be easily auto-configured to work with Netscape Navigator 2 or newer, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3 or
newer, or Opera 3 or newer.