Dec 19, 2014
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How can I see which sites my kids are visiting other than "viewing history," which they delete?

Best answer
12/23/2014
The easiest way would be to set up an OpenDNS account. A parental account is free, and you can block sites as well as monitoring what websites have been visited. OpenDNS has a blacklist so that you don’t have to find all the “bad” sites on your own, they are already identified and blocked (you can change the filtering, of course). https://www.opendns.com/home-internet-security/

You could also check the index.dat file in Windows, but OpenDNS is much easier. If you want to use index.dat to see what has been visited, you will need to search for that file, and you will also need a reader.
12/24/2014
Catamount has a great answer for this.
Best answer
12/23/2014
The easiest way would be to set up an OpenDNS account. A parental account is free, and you can block sites as well as monitoring what websites have been visited. OpenDNS has a blacklist so that you don’t have to find all the “bad” sites on your own, they are already identified and blocked (you can change the filtering, of course). https://www.opendns.com/home-internet-security/

You could also check the index.dat file in Windows, but OpenDNS is much easier. If you want to use index.dat to see what has been visited, you will need to search for that file, and you will also need a reader.
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