Parental control software for Windows Live Messenger
Instant Messaging, “Chat” or “IM” is hugely popular with young people, allowing them to send and receive written messages over the internet as if talking face to face, and it’s a great way to keep in touch with friends, but:
- How can you control who your child communicates with?
- Is the person your child is talking to genuine?
- How can you ensure your child is not targeted online?
How does it work?
It’s a simple parental control tool for Windows Live Messenger (formerly MSN Messenger) to reduce the risk of predators and online bullies contacting your children.
* Limit chat to specific age ranges
* Allow chat only to certain geographic regions
* Suspend use of Messaging entirely
Customise Settings For Each User.
Set different restrictions for each family member, allow your 15-year old daughter to chat to anyone aged 10-15, whilst allowing your 9-year old son to chat to anyone in your local area aged 9 or less.
Create Safe Contact Lists
NetID technology does the hard work for you by automatically checking the ID of contacts against NetIDME’s identity verification service. Plus, you can add or remove family and friends from your child’s “trusted contacts list”.
Password Protected Controls
Set a parental password to prevent uninstallation or changes to settings, keeping you in control.
|Platform||Windows XP, Windows Vista 32-bit|