Retina-X Studios Unveils New Version of SniperSpy Remote Spy Software [Professional Services Close - Up]
(Professional Services Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Retina-X Studios announced a newly released version 7.5 of SniperSpy.
According to a release, the hidden software now offers website filtering, application filtering, time restrictions, Facebook monitoring, and more. Parents and employers can install the software to any computer they own, giving them surveillance and parental control capabilities in real time online.
"Many employers and parents are concerned about what their employees or children are doing on sites like Facebook," explains Craig Thompson, media coordinator of Retina-X Studios. "Social media sites are a dangerous time killer. Monitoring more of what your child is doing on the computer helps keep them safe, while monitoring what your employees are doing online helps ensure they are working, rather than wasting company time."
The person who would like to conduct the surveillance simply downloads the monitoring software and installs through email, the company said, without any need for physical access to their remote PC. After installed, SniperSpy will record all activity that takes place, including monitoring of all Facebook and MySpace activity.
SniperSpy collects and creates detailed logs of everything that is being done on the monitored computer. SniperSpy works silently in the background, showing no sign of monitoring. The registered user can access the logs, as well as a live control panel, at any time and from any computer. Users can view the stored information anytime within a personal web panel on a secure website.
"This new version of SniperSpy gives people the ability to block anything they don't want their child to access," adds Thompson. "In addition to blocking websites and applications, the software can also notify you when a profane word is encountered."
Retina-X Studios (RXS) designs and develops tools that let parents or employers monitor their standalone computer, network or mobile devices.
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