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#1 naya622

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Posted 22 December 2009 - 04:23 PM

Hi,

I am sure this is posted in the wrong place but I thought I would try anyway. You guys have helped me fix my computer several times and I figured you know everything there is to know.


I just got a new laptop for my home as a family computer and I want to put a really good keylogger on it to monitor the activites on the computer. I don't want my teenaged son or my husband for that matter to wander someplace on the net they have no business being.

Can you reccommend one the will do a great job but not kill my pocket in the process. I want it to monitor chat room activity as well as take screenshots of pages visited.

Thanks,

Janice

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#2 RedDawn

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Posted 22 December 2009 - 06:09 PM

Hi Janice,

I'm not sure anybody hereabouts will be willing to help you with this, as most will not agree with what you are trying to accomplish and see it as an invasion of privacy. I understand your concerns, but maybe you might consider tackling this from a different angle. Why not have a look at OpenDNS and K9, both offer services that can be setup to restrict where a user might venture on the internet.




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