You can't fill a cup with no bottom.
Anyone have an active Intellius account? Not 4me TG
Trying to get some info on my BIL's paramour. Feeling a little lazy, though I've done a bunch of researching already. Just not the full $23./month lazy. Figured I'd at least throw the question out there in case anyone was willing to help an unknown soul sister out.
UPDATE: DISREGARD! In the time it took me to post this, with the intellius tab still open, a pop-up window appeared offering me the report for $1.99 along with a 5 day trial. Problem solved....except for remembering to cancel the trial.
[This message edited by sad12008 at 1:27 PM, November 12th (Thursday)]
0 comment posted: Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
Anyone know a good keylogger that won't require computer's pw?
Is there a keylogger that can be installed without the computer's password (you know how when installing you generally have to have the password to install new software)?
I'm wanting something to ensure my developmentally delayed teen stays safe online.
3 comments posted: Tuesday, May 5th, 2015
FYi: SpectorSoft is no longer marketing to non-business
I was just looking into SpectorSoft for monitoring a child's activity online, and called them to ask a question. I was asked which product I was interested in, and when I said "PC & Internet", I was told they're no longer in the home PC monitoring business. Crap.
2 comments posted: Tuesday, May 5th, 2015
Major issue with computer...talk nerdy to me!
A Google search shows me I'm not the first to seek an answer to this, but I'm hoping for help here.
aol.com has turned up in my H's computer (Google) history several times, to where I was convinced he'd established an aol account and not told me.
History shows entries like:
11:46 AOL Mail: Simple, Free, Fun my.screenname.aol.com
12:21 AOL Mail: Simple, Free, Fun my.screenname.aol.com
12:22 AOL Mail: Simple, Free, Fun my.screenname.aol.com
1:08 AOL.com Welcome to AOL my.screenname.aol.com
1:09 AOL News, Sports, Weather, Entertainment, Local & Lifestyle www.aol.com
1:09 AOL Mail (2093) mail.aol.com
Looking at that, and others kind of like it over the preceding months (very infrequent, like maybe a total of 5-10 over the last 6 months), I thought he must have an aol.com account, and so I was quite BENT when I confronted him about the matter and he denied it. (I thought he'd likely established one to use AIM at work or something to chat with his mini-me adult son who lives about 100 miles away.)
It got pretty tense, and I did not want to divulge my sources of information, which made for a bit of an impasse. However, I did some cutting & pasting and devised a way to show some of the entries...and when I showed them to him, he was shocked. I believe him...98%. I
My gut says he is telling the truth; my aforementioned Google search gave a little additional confidence. But WTF? How does this happen? Note: it does seem like it tends to happen around when his mini-me (DSS) the AOL user has been up for a visit and logging onto our wireless network.
Anyone have any experience or knowledge on this kind of thing? It's a damn good thing this didn't happen close to DDay or in the first couple years, or it really could've been worse than it is.
It's been a draining day.
1 comment posted: Saturday, December 6th, 2014