I just had a look and under the download it states:
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Under "Publisher's description" it also states:
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Although CNET claims that none of the software located on their download site contains spyware of adware, my newest version of Norton Antivirus has found csrss2.exe embedded right within the KidsAmin installer package....Norton identified csrss as WinSpy, a key logger.I can't help wondering if this particular program, and this key logger was designed by online kiddy predators? When I went to the KidsAdmin site, it seemed very anonymous and vague....CNET,perhaps you aren't as protected as you think? Since this software was the first third party software I tried to install on my brand, new, laptop, I have no doubt it orginated from the KidsAdmin software I downloaded.