Protecting Employees and Children with Computer Monitoring Software

Articles on Using Employee Monitoring and Keylogger Software to Enhance Your Security and Safety

How Employee Monitoring Can Protect Your Company

In 2013 about half of all companies surveyed monitored employee computer use. Today about three quarters of all companies do. Serious concerns support this trend: employees’ personal use of company computers lowers productivity while exposing firms to growing legal and security risks... Read More

What is a Keylogger?

A keylogger is a software program or hardware device that records the activities of users on a computer. Typically the records made by software keyloggers are stored somewhere on the computer, and those made by hardware keyloggers stay within the hardware device... Read More

The All-in-one Keylogger with an Affordable Price Tag

If you are not the only person using your computer, then consider monitoring the activity of others on your PC. If your children use any PC in your home, experts recommend you monitor their activity. Children need parental rules to guide their behavior. That is particularly true when children have access to the internet, where inappropriate content, risky activity and adult predators are only a mouse click away... Read More

Popular LightLogger Keylogger Now Runs on Windows 8 64-bit Systems

PC users running 64-bit versions of Windows 8 can now enjoy all the keylogging features of LightLogger, the popular, lightweight computer monitor by security software company HeavenWard. LightLogger version 4.2.0 supports 64-bit Windows 8 systems and delivers the same versatile functionality as early versions, including keylogging of text in applications and web pages... Read More

Protect Your Children with LightLogger Keylogger and Other Parental Controls

Busy parents can't possible monitor their children's activities all the time, including their kids' use of the computer and the Internet. But LightLogger Keylogger can help by tracking what happens on the family computer and recording the websites your children or other users visit... Read More

LightLogger Keylogger: The Best Keylogger for Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, and XP Support

Like any computer technology, keyloggers have appropriate and inappropriate uses. You can find many keyloggers online that you can easily install without technical expertise. When used inappropriately and with malicious intent, keylogging software steals private, confidential information from unsuspecting computer users... Read More

How to Protect Your Child from Internet Predators

Graphic pornography, sexual predators, cyber bullies, sexting, addictive online gaming-all make the internet a dangerous place for children. No safeguard stands between the internet and your child except your involved, informed parenting... Read More

How to Protect Your Child from Internet Pornography

Pornography is graphic, sexually explicit material designed solely to arouse the viewer. It is often degrading, violent, or otherwise deviant in nature and can include images of children (child pornography)... Read More

How to Protect Your Child from Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying is willfully and repeatedly harming others, via the internet or texting, by sending messages that humiliate, harass, threaten, exclude, or impersonate. Cyber bullying includes distributing cruel or false gossip, revealing secrets or embarrassing information, impersonating others in ways that damage their reputations, issuing threats, and excluding others from popular activities... Read More

How to Protect Your Child from Internet Sexting

Sexting is sending, exchanging, or posting on websites nude or sexually provocative images of oneself or others using either a cell phone or a computer connected to a web camera. In the US, one in five teens report having sent, received, or forwarded nude or sexually suggestive content... Read More

How to Protect Your Child from the Dangers of Online Gaming

Online gaming is playing games online with other players who are also online. Online gaming typically includes text, audio, or video communication among players. Content of online games is often violent as well as remarkably sexualized, even to the point of simulating sex, and content can evolve beyond a child's age range as a game is played... Read More