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We are setting up a computer for my nephews and we wanted to know about programs that make logs of the keystrokes. I have heard of this, but don't know of any programs. Are there any suggestions? Personally, I think it is a bad idea, but their father won't let them have the computer without something like this.
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what you are looking for is a parental monitoring software. there are several products available.

Parental Controls by Mcafee (compusa)
eblaster by spectorsoft.com

the most recommended one would be Cyber Sentinel . This is used by several school districts in my area.

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I don't reckon there are any free ones out there, eh? What a pain....
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no, not really. you want somthing that is a legimate software. not something that is used by spyware/malaware/adware companies. Cyber Sentinel is pretty good. One of the guys I work with has 7 kids and all of the pc's in his house are using this. most companies require one copy of software/liscence per pc. they offer a site liscence for cheap if you need to install it on multple pc's.

$40 is pretty cheap insurance when it comes to the safety of a child.

imho anyways.

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