Wednesday, December 13, 2006

watching out

It's a scary world today. Especially when you have teenagers or young adults who use your computer. I was reading a story recently about a girl who met a guy online....she ended up hurt by this man, whom she'd grown to like. She was 14, he was 41. SCARY stuff, man.

But what do you do if your a parent trying to watch over your child? Sure, I am a little paranoid, but if I were a parent whose child had computer access, I would be watching very carefully. So carefully in fact that I would most likely install a keystroke capture program. I don't think of it as spying. I think of it as another level of protection and that's a parents job.

This would have many uses: catching kids before predators do, pinpointing a cheating spouse, employers could monitor how much time is wasted in the workday. These programs have far reaching implications.

Check out eBlaster 5.0:

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I think a keystroke capture program is useful. If I were in the market, I would look no further than http://www.spectorsoft.com/. It's a one stop shop for your needs.

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