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ninjaman001
05-14-2008, 01:29 PM
Can anyone suggest a software package that can monitor a pc in real time. I use Atelier Web Remote Commander in the workplace and it works like a charm. Clients can be monitored invisibly and I can take control of the cursor when necessary. I tried using it at home (2 teenagers!!!) but can't get it to work. I wanted to just use UltraVNC, but it causes the background to blank when active and so, it's detectable. Anybody know of anything, maybe one of the classroom packages? But will it work on a home network? ........discussion please....... :)

ootuoyetahi
05-14-2008, 02:59 PM
If what you are trying to do is monitor your children's computer activity you should consider a keystroke logger. However If your children are teenagers i think they are entitled to some privacy. Perhaps you should check out a few articles written by Bryce:

Keystroke Loggers Part 1 (http://http://www.technibble.com/the-ethics-of-key-loggers/#more-478)
AAAAAAnd part two (http://www.technibble.com/the-ethics-of-key-loggers-part-two/#more-481)

Hope this helps... i think.

greggh
05-14-2008, 09:58 PM
Can anyone suggest a software package that can monitor a pc in real time. I use Atelier Web Remote Commander in the workplace and it works like a charm. Clients can be monitored invisibly and I can take control of the cursor when necessary. I tried using it at home (2 teenagers!!!) but can't get it to work. I wanted to just use UltraVNC, but it causes the background to blank when active and so, it's detectable. Anybody know of anything, maybe one of the classroom packages? But will it work on a home network? ........discussion please....... :)

http://www.spector.com/