Web Explorer is an invisible internet spy software that monitors and records all websites visited by the user of your computer. All reports can be sent in real time to a specified email address or can be accessed from the application interface.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:34
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Web Explorer is a free internet spy software that monitors all the websites visited by the user of a computer.
Web Explorer is an easy to use application that stealthily monitors and records all websites visited. All reports can be sent in real time to a specified email address or can be accessed from the application interface. The xml format of the reports makes them easy to read. To make your search easier, these reports have a Find Keyword option that allows searching a specific word.
Web Explorer is not visible in Program Files and Task Manager so that the user of the computer doesnâ€™t know that he/she is monitored. For extra security Web Explorer has, as well, a password protected interface and hot-key combination for accessing the application. All recorded information is stored in a secret, encrypted file to assure you of the security of this solution.
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