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I would like to log the internet addresses associated with the www.somelocation.com entered into IE or Firefox. I have four children that use this machine and I just want to know where they have been without looking over their shoulder. I know there is lots of spy software but I am a little geeky and think there has got to be a way to do it within XP. A script or something that loads when IE or Firefox is started? I don't know. I looked at the fire wall logging, turned it on and tried to make heads or tails of the dst-ip, I could not get the dst-ip to resolve to a website when I typed it into google. Is that the actual IP of the web site the person is trying to gain access to and I am not resolving it properly, or is that the address translation address as my computer trys to access the site from my computer? I have a Netgear fast ethernet switch with a Netopia ASDL modem and Netgear wireless router. My ISP is Earthlink. This may be a little far out there to solicite any help on from you folks, but as a parent trying to raise four children who are all on the internet at various times each day, I need to know where they have been to help steer them in the right direction if the start wandering off course. Thanks in Advance.
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