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SafeEyes Parental Control Suite (Mac/PC CD)

by Avanquest Software
Windows Vista / 7 / XP
2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
Price: £24.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Everything you need to keep your family safe online
  • No.1 Rated Parental Control Software
  • Easy to Set-up and use
  • Web Filtering & Blocking – 35+ Web Filters
  • Set Internet Time Limits & Report on Internet Activity
  • Block program use, to keep your kids focussed on homework
  • Instant Message & Email Monitoring & Blocking
  • Social Network Tracking & Recording3 – works with MySpace, Facebook & More!
  • Instant Alerts notify you by email of inappropriate use
  • 3- User License, Win/Mac Compatible

System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows Vista / 7 / XP
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B001RB1W8U
  • Release Date: 27 Mar. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,037 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Safe Eyes is the easiest, fastest and most effective way to ensure your children's safety on the Internet. From blocking unwanted Web and email content to monitoring IM, social networking and Internet usage, Safe Eyes provides powerful protection for your family, giving you peace of mind.

Safe Eyes' superior Internet filters include more than 35 categories to make it easier for you to block harmful content, such as pornography and drugs. Or you can simply create your own filters. Safes Eyes' sophisticated IM, email, and social networking monitoring system tracks, blocks, and records online interactions. Safe Eyes works with Google, Yahoo, MSN, AOL, MySpace, Facebook, Outlook, and Hotmail ensuring your kids are protected from online predators.

Safe Eyes Parental Control Suite is designed for Windows XP, Vista, and Mac. It includes a 3-PC license, which can be used on any combination of computers in your home, school or office.

Why you need to create an internet-safe home:

69% of teens regularly receive online messages from strangers.

89% of sexual solicitations to children are made online.

75% of kids who receive an online sexual solicitation don't tell their parents.

Top Rated Parental Control Software

SafeEyes is the recognised leader in providing the top rated internet safety solution that keeps families and business safe online.

Windows & Mac Support

SafeEyes is the only parental control solution that's Windows & Mac compatible.

Web Blocking

35 website filtering categories to help you decide what is appropriate. Limit ability to access certain sites by blocking key words and phrases. Control where your kids can go on the Internet by limiting access to specific websites.

Instant Messaging

Record and save IM conversations so they can be reviewed with kids at a later time. Review reports with your children to teach about online software and to avoid online predators.

Time Limits

Determine how much time on the web is appropriate and allocate a time and duration for logging onto the web.

Email Blocking

SafeEyes' email filter acts like training wheels for kids as they explore the world of electronic communication. SafeEyes keeps kids safe from potential dangers by giving parents control over children's incoming and outgoing email.

Social Networking

SafeEyes records activities on the most popular social networking sites and alerts parents if personally identifying information is posted. This is a critical safeguard in avoiding contact with child predators.

Program Blocking

Control which applications can be used or communicate from your computer to the Internet. With peer-to-peer file sharing, SafeEyes provides tighter control of these applications to help you avoid illegal swapping and protect your privacy.

Usage Reporting

Get detailed reporting of the activities of your children. You can access records from your computer or from a web browser at any time.

Instant Alerts

Get notifications by email when any inappropriate site access is attempted. With SafeEyes you are always in control of your computer and Internet usage.

No1 rated parental control software claim based on PC Magazine, June 6, 2007. Statistics based upon materials provided by JAMA and NCMEC.XP & Vista Only

Box Contains

  • 1 x CD-ROM

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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars stop please stop 3 Jan. 2010
    STOP STOP STOP.If like me you are thinking of buying this product to protect your teenage family, then stop right now.
    Brought this based on the other two reviews and as they say it is easy to set up and customise.
    That is where it ends. this product is only any good to protect a five year old. After you install it sits there in big letters all over the computer telling everybody that it is there. Less then one month after insatlling it brought my laptop to a grinding halt and error messages kept coming up, to the point where I couldn't access the internet. I had to use another computer to get into the account and get shot of it even then it still leaves traces behind.
    If like me you think you're getting hidden software to keep an eye on what your teenagers are upto forget it you're not.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Nice idea, but caused horrible problems with PC 12 Jan. 2010
    By MarkF
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    Feature wise this seems good and reasonably priced. The problem was that once installed the PC started constantly crashing, hanging and running exceedingly slow, to the point I could hardly get onto the PC to try and fix the problem. Tried downloading an update from their website but in vain. In the end I had to get the uninstall code from their website and start up in safe mode to uninstall it, at which point normal service was resumed on the PC, so it was definitely the software.

    So nice idea, and perhaps it was just the particular PC it was installed on was a problem (mind you nothing too unusual, Pentium 4 2.8, 512k RAM, Windows XP, Nvidia graphic card).

    So personally I couldn't recommend it.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the best 21 Mar. 2009
    I Spent ages installing downloads of the various parental control software that is available, including NetNanny, Sentry, Webroot and the various free offerings including K9. This would appear to be the most configurable, easy to setup, robust and good accesible reporting, including logs of instant messages. My son has autism and is sometimes too trusting and takes things at face value - therefore this type of software is essential. This is probably the most expensive of the software that I considered, but would seem to be worth it. It is also able to block certain criteria from being given out such as address, phone numbers etc. Does the job well.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    By James M
    The thing that it doesn't do is integrate with the Windows login system. So even if you have restricted children's access to the computer by having a separate user account for each member of the family (with the children's accounts set to be not computer administrators, of course) then an adult still has to enter a SafeEyes username and password each time a child wants to use the computer. Worse still, a SafeEyes username has to be unique among all SafeEyes users worldwide, so being able to get an easy to remember name (e.g. your child's name) is most unlikely.

    This completely defeats the point of having separate user accounts. Find and install another product, or if you have Windows 7 then stick to its built-in parental controls.
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