TupInsight 3.2 TupInsight uses one computer on a local area network (LAN) not only to monitor and record other hosts' web behaviors, but also to restrict online activities according to customized filtering Internet policies.
TupSight 2.86 An NAT gateway-based EIM (Employee Internet Management) product realizing LAN/hardware-independent web monitoring and control. With DNS forwarding and proxy functions, it provides the LAN with a single Internet connection and supports port mapping.
Description: A switchsniff with absolutely zero configuration for mamas and papas doing parental Internet monitoring and control. Unlike spyware-based parental monitoring products that need "bug implantation," Big Father is an eavesdropping program that uses a switch sniffer to capture and analyze communication traffic over a home network.
Big-Father not only logs in real time URL visits, Email, chats, games, FTP, and data flows, but also takes webpage snapshots, duplicates Email and FTP copies, records MSN messenger content, and gives statistical reports. It freely restricts online activities with preset time schedules and according to customized filtering Internet rules.
Kiddie phones have parental controls For better or worse - and some privacy and children's advocates say worse - several companies offer or will soon offer child-oriented mobile phones. These include the two that I'm reviewing this week: Firefly from Firefly Mobile, and TicTalk from Enfora a