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internet monitoring


FPCH New Member
Apr 21, 2007
hi guys,

please help a newbie like me. I log onto the internet via a server , but my paranoia is getting to me and i'm wondering if any one on the network can see the pages i've visited? Is there a way that they can monitor my internet useage? Can the system administrator see what i've been doing? Is my browsing history kept on the server?

Please help me....
Oct 16, 2007
Cheshire UK
Your ISP can see anything you do on the tinternet. You could tunnel a encrypted session to anonymising server but that would just make you look paranoid and/or suspicious.

Seriously, dont do anything illegal on the internet - they are watching.


FPCH Member
Jun 29, 2007
PC Experience
Operating System
if you are on a domain then chances are your profile is logged all you do is logged.
via group policy,this is very easy to set up at work i monitor all activity, web pages email etc in a corperate network.
it does all depend on your network