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I have two teenagers spending most of their time before their computers. I had no clue what they were doing there! Thanks to your child monitor, I feel I am back in control now without them even knowing.
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Use free spy software to know what your kids are up to online
Do you worry about what your child is doing on the computer for all those hours? Is he or she studying, or chatting with friends? Are the friends he or she is chatting with real-life friends or people just met on the internet, who could be anybody? Is the homework getting done? Are your child's online relationships healthy? Is your child the same person online they are when they are interacting with family? Is your computer a tool for your child, or is responsible for a behavioral issue with your child?
The sad truth is that a lot of times, children will act a lot different on the internet than they do in real life. With online games that they can play on the internet, as well as all the social networking platforms, the internet provides a child with the opportunity to be anybody, to say anything, and to gain a rather unrealistic worldview in the process.
Studies have shown that too much time spent indoors (much of which is spent on the computer) by children can lead to antisocial behavior, eye and vision problems, and childhood obesity. While it is entirely possible that your child is doing the next three months worth of homework and then writing a newsy email to his grandmother, it is also possible that he is bullying another child, being bullied by another child, or worse.
Do You Know What Your Kid is Up to Online?
With keylogging software, you can know what your kid is up to online. This spy software records every keystroke; recording login information including passwords, so that you can make sure your child is behaving appropriately and safely on online social networking platforms. The keylogging software also records all web history, taking screenshots of the history for a visual report of what has gone on in your computer while you were away. The software also records every bit of text copied from the clipboard, as well as every application used on the computer.
The software is completely undetectable, so your child will not even know that it is running. While free keylogging software will sometimes announce itself with an icon somewhere on the computer screen, good keylogging software does not. Also, free keylogging software can also cause the occasional glitch, flashing a quick screenshot of something the user just did, which clues them in that the computer use is being monitored. The right kind of keylogging software is invisible, effective, and totally maintenance-free.
Provide Peace of Mind and 24/7 Protection with a Keylogger
This keylogging software that touts all the features discussed above works twenty four hours per day, seven days per week, three hundred sixty five days per year to make sure your computer is protected and that you have the peace of mind that comes with knowing, instead of wondering, what is being done on your computer when you are not home. You alone will hold the master password, and the information will be available to you only. Not only are the reports full of keystroke information, web history information, data pasting information, application information, and more, the reports are organized in such a way that they are easy to read, and (if need be) easy to explain.
Some might wonder if this is an invasion of family privacy, but in a time when internet predators are looking to steal passwords, capture your credit card information, steal your identity, and more, it only makes sense to protect your computer and protect your family from all the threats that are out there. There is also a certain peace of mind with having all the information laid out in front of you. No more worrying, no more suspicion, no more lack of communication with your kid. It's all there, and all you have left to do is talk about it.
Keylogger software provides not only a way to monitor your computer at all times, but to have open and honest dialog with anyone who might be misusing your computer without heresy or guessing games. The cold, hard facts can often be the key to saving and strengthening relationships.