Other than launching the built-in Mac Parental controls to record the Internet History on Safari, how do you log the websites visited on the browsers when you are using a Mac.
Basically, I use two different Mac computers in two different residential locations, with different IP addresses. However, I’m worried that my families at one house are using my computer to look at porn, download illegal music etc. while I’m away, but it’s usually deleted when I check in the history folder. Is there any way of checking the website history remotely (from the other house, Mac Safari browser) before it is deleted? Can anyone recommend a good keylogger Safari for Mac that does not appear in any way while it is installed/running? asked by Dan, a father of three little kids.
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