Most of us are strictly opposed to the idea of being watched or monitored under any circumstances — and especially while we are browsing the web or working on our computers. After all, the Internet is one of those places where we can still get the anonymity and feeling of security that we often need to share our ideas freely and without outside pressure. However, when it comes to your children’s online safety or the security of your business data, all means are justifiable. If you’d like to be able to monitor your children’s online activities or restrict unauthorized use of computers in your company, Auto Capture PC will help!
Auto Capture PC is a handy PC monitoring and access permissions management tool with an intuitive interface and lots of advanced features. The software boasts several advanced monitoring functions, from regular logging of keystrokes to monitoring the use of the system clipboard, the changes made to your hard drive partitions and logging of outbound emails. Auto Capture PC can run in a stealth mode and remain invisible to users being monitored. The software can take screenshots and send them to a specified email address with certain periodicity, log every key presses to capture usernames and passwords, record audio from any source connected to a PC, log the URL’s of visited websites and names of the programs and files launched/opened on the monitored PC. For even more control over users’ action, Auto Capture PC enables you to block (password-protect) access to specific applications and websites.
If you need a compact and powerful parental control and employee monitoring solution that is affordable and a snap to use, Auto Capture PC won’t disappoint you!
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