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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-09-2003, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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Question Network screen capture?

Do anyone know of a program that can be used to get a screenshot from a networked computer? I dont want to install any kind of trojan or anything. I just want to be able to view my childs screen and see what have been looking at. I already tried internet history but it has been deleted. Thanks in advance for the help. David

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-10-2003, 12:48 AM
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You could use something like Reachout or VNC for realtime viewing, but I don't know if either has a "stealth" mode.
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http://www.silverstone.net/cmd.boa?t...roducts&ID=244

I have never used this but it sounds interesting. It isn't remote but it is transparent to the user and does not slow the computer systemís performance.

*The firewall (Sygate Personal Firewall) that I run keeps a running log of every website that is visited, I have told my kids that if I ever see the log deleted then they will no longer be allowed on the internet.
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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-10-2003, 12:58 PM
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In my opinion, trying to keep them "protected" from the things that can be found on the internet, is only going to make them even more curious, and have them go else where to look, away from your logs, and nanny programs. Either that, or find the way around these things.

I think it best to just sit down and explain to your kid, what needs to be explained. For example, if you're trying to protect them from porn, it's time to have that birds and bees talk, but be open about it, and not come off as if it's taboo.

If you're just open with your kids, chances are very good that they'll actually listen to you, and turn out just fine. If you go around blocking things, or forbidding them from going to certain places, it's only going to make them want to know what's so terrible that you're trying to keep them from it.

I'm no child psychologist, but I was a kid once I know how I, and all my friends, and the kids I knew from school acted.

Just talk to your kids. Not as in "I'm the parent, and my word is law", talk to them with respect, and that will have a lasting impact on them that demands, forbiding, and strict rules will never have.

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hell just hand them a mag.... they are going to get one anyway... might as well keep the relationship open so that they can come to you for anything....


There is a strong line between right and wrong.... but at some age you have got to just let go LOL


kids will be kids they make mistakes and look at the same shit we did.... it is just easier to find now days....


I look at it if you make them hid from you they loose respect... so fuck it you may not like it but if it keeps your relation ship up to par they will not "want" to look as much nor will they really give a shit... but they will fully respect the open line of comunication...

oh the hell did we get into a family talk in the computer forum LOL
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In my opinion, trying to keep them "protected" from the things that can be found on the internet, is only going to make them even more curious, and have them go else where to look, away from your logs, and nanny programs. Either that, or find the way around these things.

I think it best to just sit down and explain to your kid, what needs to be explained. For example, if you're trying to protect them from porn, it's time to have that birds and bees talk, but be open about it, and not come off as if it's taboo.

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I'm no child psychologist, but I was a kid once I know how I, and all my friends, and the kids I knew from school acted.

Just talk to your kids. Not as in "I'm the parent, and my word is law", talk to them with respect, and that will have a lasting impact on them that demands, forbiding, and strict rules will never have.
Done all that Jay, I personally have a very good relationship with both of my kids and they know that they can talk to me about anything. I do have it easier then some though, I have 2 girls so the temptation for porn isn't really there. My biggest problem is my oldest (16) IM'ing people and giving out personal information to people she "thinks" she knows. And that is something that I will not stand for. Way to many pedofiles out there.
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Done all that Jay, I personally have a very good relationship with both of my kids and they know that they can talk to me about anything. I do have it easier then some though, I have 2 girls so the temptation for porn isn't really there. My biggest problem is my oldest (16) IM'ing people and giving out personal information to people she "thinks" she knows. And that is something that I will not stand for. Way to many pedofiles out there.
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Done all that Jay, I personally have a very good relationship with both of my kids and they know that they can talk to me about anything. I do have it easier then some though, I have 2 girls so the temptation for porn isn't really there. My biggest problem is my oldest (16) IM'ing people and giving out personal information to people she "thinks" she knows. And that is something that I will not stand for. Way to many pedofiles out there.
Very true. Yeah, that's where you really need to sit them down, and explain what can happen. You don't have to restrict them, just inform them, and help them make the right decisions.

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