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    How to log all websites visited

    This is a discussion on How to log all websites visited within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Hi does anyone know how I can set up a log for all websites visited? Not sure which Netgear router ...

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      How to log all websites visited

      Hi does anyone know how I can set up a log for all websites visited?
      Not sure which Netgear router it is but its the first one Sky issued to customers when they launched.
      I've tried logging into the router but cannot find an option to set up browsing logs.
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      Re: How to log all websites visited

      One good (and free) way is to install the google toolbar and use Google's Web History function. You need to agree to google keeping this information which you may feel uncomfortable about but if you don't mind google knowing where you have been browsing (as opposed to knowing what you have been searching for which isn't quite the same thing).

      There is no way of using the sky router to keep a log of sites browsed (at least not using the standard sky firmware).

      The other possibility depending on why you want to do this is to use some of the parental control software running on a PC which some parents use to keep track of what their kids (or in some cases spouses) browse. Google for "Parental Control Software".

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      Re: How to log all websites visited

      as for me I use ActyMac DutyWatch

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      Re: How to log all websites visited

      as for me I use ActyMac DutyWatch
      mmm...That's fine if you are using a Mac and are prepared to spend about 70.


      Hi does anyone know how I can set up a log for all websites visited?
      I don't know why you want this, but if it is to see where you have been on your own PC, the History or Favourite buttons will tell you that, provided you have not opted for Private browsing.

      TomD


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