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Post: # 78471Post Panama Red
Fri Jun 15, 2007 1:03 pm

Monitor and control access to your home or office computer and laptops from anywhere, anytime.
It is as simple as...
Simply insert a SnoopStick device into a USB port on the computer you want to monitor.
Run the 60 second setup program. This installs the secret monitoring systems on the target computer.
Remove the SnoopStick and take it with you. You can now use your SnoopStick device to monitor and control that computer from any other computer, anytime you like.

* View and save an instant screen snapshot of the computer being monitored, any time.
* Monitor all web site access.
* Works with all browsers and web enabled programs.
* Monitor both sides of all "instant messenger" communications.
* Automatically translates frequently used Instant Messenger abbreviations.
* Works with all popular IM programs.
* Monitor all email access (SMTP, POP3, IMAP) to see who and when emails were received from and sent to.
* Monitor activities in real time, or retrieve activity logs from recent activity. SnoopStick records everything, whether you are monitoring in real time or not.
* Store up to 12 months of activity logs directly on your SnoopStick.
* All program modules are updated completely automatically so you always have the latest version.

* Send the user a pop up message alert. A good way to tell them they're busted! (Dino you would like this one}
* Turn off/on Internet access with the SnoopStick locally or remotely.
* Set allowable times for Internet access.
* Prevent users from using certain types of Internet programs.
* Block access to specified ports.
* Block access to web sites.
* One click "Block Social Networking" option instantly blocks access to sites like
* Completely secure. Only your SnoopStick can access your computer or change the settings you have chosen.
* Works with Windows 2000, XP, 2003, and is Vista ready.
* Now also available on standard, name brand, high capacity USB flash drives.


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Post: # 78754Post nightowl
Sat Jun 16, 2007 6:22 pm

Funny tool. I was just wondering, it should only work with fixed IP of course unfortunately. Except if some kinf of Dyndns stuff is included in it.

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Post: # 80835Post Talen
Fri Jun 29, 2007 5:13 am

Why don't they just make their software available on download so ya' don't have to carry around that lame ass lookin' thumb drive?
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