There is plenty of software designed to record websites visited, applications run, take screenshots periodically, and record full IM conversations. NetNanny is currently the premier option with CyberPatrol coming in close behind. They can also restrict access to specific websites, keywords, and internet access during certain hours.
However, logging passwords is not a standard feature, and crosses over into the realm of keyloggers. The issue is that most security software will detect any such program as malware and attempt to remove it, forcibly. You could white-list it, but that doesn't always work with real-time protection or updates, and if the keylogger is linked with the internet control options you could end up locked off line.
Personally, I'd start off with either of the above, both of which offer free trials, and see if the standard monitor-and-block system is sufficient. You'll still get to see everything they say and do online, but without the concern of having spyware on your system. Plus they won't be nearly as upset about having their privacy invaded as they would if you logged their passwords as well.
I have 2 teeenage daughters that use the internet alot, and I need and want to be able to access where they go, and thier passwords for the sites they visit, ect. They have friends that inform them how to erasre thier history, ect, and I have been unable to stealth behind them so far, they even change the settings on the web browser(firefox) so that passwords are not remembered. I need help, is there a share wear or free wear program that will allow me to do what I need.Thanks in advance for anyone that can help me with this.