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WIFI Network Monitoring

by HI_Ding / January 25, 2013 1:10 AM PST

I have 3 children each with various devices (laptop, Ipod, Kindle Fire, Xbox..etc) they us to access the internet. My oldest is 13 and I am concerned about some to the conversations she may be engaged in on Skype, Facebook, OOVOO...etc..We have had lengthy discussions about proper useage and responsibility but everytime I try to view her history its always cleared. Is there any type of monitoring software available that will allow me to not only see what sites they are visiting, but allow me the ability to see what is being said. I have looked into the KeyLogger systems but there are so many different ways they access the net these days that its almost impossible to put a logger on each. Can anyone help?

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 25, 2013 1:14 AM PST

The quick fix is to put computers in a public space. Put them where you can see what's up.

Only you can help this issue.

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PS. Yes there are such things. However.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 25, 2013 1:19 AM PST

I find folk that ask for such are put off by the deluge of information such things produce. The solution has been discussed so let's see if anyone dares to tell others how to deal with their children.

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