How to Monitor Websites Visited with Keylogger Mac
Check up websites that your cared ones usually browse with Mac Keylogger from Aobo Software. The Mac Keylogger monitors and records websites visited with Safari, Firefox & Chrome on Mac OS X computers.
Are you concerned that your children are browsing some bad websites with inappropriate materials in them? Do you suspect that your loved ones or spouse are browsing pornographic websites? Are you eager to know if your employees are browsing the non-work related websites during working time? Is there any way to see what sites are visited on your Mac even if they are deleted by others?
Now you’ll know for sure. To check up which websites your cared ones usually browse on the Mac computers with Mac Keylogger from Aobo Software.
Aobo Mac Keylogger records every single website visited from popular web browser like Safari, Firefox and Chrome. And it analyzes and reports the URLs, titles and visiting date & time of webpages browsed and show you all the information in a clear listing format.
Aobo Mac Keylogger retains browsing history even if they are removed from web browsers. The surfing information is still stored in the log database of Mac Keylogger for future review.
Once installed and configured, Aobo Mac Keylogger monitors and stores web browsing history of ALL user accounts on your Mac secretly. Above all, the web browsing history is only available for the Mac Keylogger user.
Aobo Keylogger for Mac will give you the ability to access the website logs remotely via Emails or FTP. Thus, you can review the logs to find out what’s happening on your Mac without the Mac users’ knowing.
It is very simple for you to monitor websites visited from Safari, Firefox and Chrome with Mac Keylogger. You just need to install and open Mac Keylogger from Aobo, click "View the Logs" and select "Websites", and you will clearly view what websites have been opened.
Aobo Keylogger for Mac can be used as a web monitoring software to keep an eye on website usage of children, spouse or employees on Mac. However, it doesn’t show you the websites visited with Private Browsing mode. To retrieve the website history in Private Browsing mode, please check out Aobo Filter for Mac that is integrated with the feature of logging websites.
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