Trend Micro gives parents an Online Guardian
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Author:  ycy123 [ Tue Mar 08, 2011 3:53 am ]
Post subject:  Trend Micro gives parents an Online Guardian


In addition to standard parental control features such as URL filtering, instant message monitoring, identity data protection, an online time manager, a Web-based control panel, and per-child user profiles,rift Gold Online Manager's social networking guards separate it from the current competition like Norton Online Family and NetNanny. Parents can use Online Manager to monitor pictures and video viewed on YouTube and Flickr, but the program's best social networking tools come from its Facebook app.

Parents can use the Online Guardian Facebook app to monitor public wall posts, including photos and videos, as well as private, nonpublic posts, and get reports on mobile device Facebook activity.

However, because the Facebook monitoring depends on an app, it is possible for the Facebook user to simply disable the app, which will then prevent reporting. "The child can uninstall the app," admitted Laura Martinez, Online Guardian's product manager at Trend Micro, but rift platinumshe cautioned that there are several safeguards that will keep parents in the loop. "Online Guardian's browser logging will keep track of browsing history, and the Guardian will automatically notify parents if there's been no Facebook activity detected for seven days." She agreed that it's an imperfect solution, and said that it likely will be addressed in future versions.

For right now, Trend Micro Online Guardian remains a desktop app, with its dashboard only accessible on mobile devices via the browser. Martinez said that the first revision to the program Buy Rift Platinumwill introduce iPhone and Android dashboard apps, although there's no word yet on how Online Guardian will mesh with Trend Micro Mobile Security, the company's Android app, which already offers limited parental control features.

Online Guardian is available as an unrestricted 30-day trial, after which a one-year license rift power levelingretails for $49.95, the same price as Norton Online Family, and $10 more than NetNanny.

Author:  Bartee [ Sat Jan 07, 2012 4:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Trend Micro gives parents an Online Guardian

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