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# 208264 3-Feb-2017 16:33
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Hi there
Ive been asked about software to monitor employee internet usage: ie what websites they are visiting, how long for etc

 

any suggestions ?
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  # 1715070 3-Feb-2017 16:45
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Depends what your budget is etc.

 

We used Webmarshal at one of my jobs, wasnt cheap but good for handling students accessing dodgy sites :)

 

Could pull up all sorts of reports etc.

 

 





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  # 1715142 3-Feb-2017 20:44
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Doing this at the firewall level is the best long term solution, IMHO.

 

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/browsing_history_view.html is one way to suck browser history out (if it has not been cleared) and have a scan through it, especially if this can be done on a domain-based network from a Windows server.  Not pretty, but I've seen it used to terminate an employee without actually touching their computer.





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  # 1715143 3-Feb-2017 20:45
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What is on the edge of the network? Any kind of firewall?


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