Developer adnX Software announced on Wednesday the release of CutX, a Safari extension that adds new preference options for blocking pornographic media. When CutX comes across one of its banned keywords on a Web page or in the site’s URL, it can either hide all the images on the page or block access to it. You can add keywords to the list or import them from another application as well as save its preferences at the multi-user level. A trial version is now available for download from the adnX Web site; it does not password-protect the preference settings until you pay the €19 (US$22.89) license fee. CutX requires Mac OS X v10.3 and Safari 1.2.