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Alvosenet Internet Security Monitoring
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    In addition to alcohol, common categories of drugs of abuse include the following: Tobacco products (for example, cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco) Cannabinoids (for example, marijuana, hashish), sometimes called "pot, weed, Mary Jane, or herb" and is smoked in a "joint," "blunt," "bong," "backwood," or pipe Cold medications (for example, chlorpheniramine and pseudoephedrine [Sudafed], diphenhydramine [Benadryl] Read more
  • High School Students Carrying Weapons Child Trends, August 2014
    As of 2013, nearly three in ten high school males reported they carried weapons (such as a gun, knife, or club) in the past 30 days. .... Nonfatal injuries associated with firearms, in particular, occurred among 15- to 19-year-olds at a rate of 53 per 100,000 in 2012. And firearms were the sixth leading cause of unintentional death in 2011...... Read more
  • Identity Theft Statistics: 15 million victims a year
    Approximately 15 million United States residents have their identities used fraudulently each year with financial losses totaling upwards of $50 billion.* ...... Read more
  • DrugFacts: High School and Youth Trends National Institute on Drug Abuse, December 2014
    ..... the survey highlighted growing concerns over the high rate of e-cigarette use and softening of attitudes around some types of drug use, particularly decreases in perceived harm and disapproval of marijuana use...... Read more
  • The 10 Most Ridiculous "Dangerous Teen Trends" , By Lauren Otis.
    Eyeballing : To ingest, the "drinker" effectively thrusts the bottle into their eye and pours the liquid into it, which gets absorbed into the system through the mucus membrane. ......
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  • Teen Drug Abuse Statistics
    Almost 40% of high school students admit to drinking within the past month. Marijuana is also frequently abused by teens. In 2011, about 40% of high school students had admitted to ever using marijuana. About 7% of high school seniors admit to using it every day. In 2013, about 25% of high school students admitted to smoking cigarettes or using other tobacco products in the past month. In 2013, about 1 in 4 high school seniors admitted to getting drunk in the past month. Alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco are the substances most commonly abused by teens. Read more
  • 7 dangerous teen trends : By Lauren Shanley
    High school alcohol and drug use is on the decline, But older kids are finding dangerous ways to push boundaries. Here are 7 of the most frightening teen trends. ...... Read more
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Alvosenet Product Released – v2.35 By, | Published : August 1, 2016, a company based in California, has just released a new version of Alvosenet Parental Control and Alvosenet Information Protection. Alvosenet monitors and captures Internet and Web activities including web searches and browsing, Internet communications such as emails, instant messaging, etc. as well as information contained in the files accessed. Alvosenet enables concern parents and employers to keep their children and/or confidential information safe from prying eyes. Based on each user's needs, various configuration options can be selected by the user for monitoring or blocking Internet and Web activities and applications. Alvosenet Parental Control monitors and reports Internet and Web activities involving dangerous teen trends including drugs, cigarettes, sexuality, and more.
Alvosenet Information Protection monitors and captures specific activities, events, topics, issues, or behaviors that concern you by personalizing security keywords.
Alvosenet v2.35 is a major feature enhancement from v2.2. In addition to the original capabilities of monitoring and capturing Internet and Web activities, the new version includes an updated blacklist, the ability to capture and block keywords embedded in the webpages, as well as new information included in the Security Report – Logon Username of the monitored user account and a list of blocked URLs. Major Features:
  • Customizable security keywords and configurations for addressing personal concerns
  • Monitor & Record online activities, including email and chats
  • Check & Match security keywords to monitor and/or block selected contents
  • Block & Filter inappropriate websites, messengers, web browsers, file downloading, and more.
  • Report & Alert activities matching personalized security concerns
Benefits of Usage:
  • Stay updated on potential problems with periodical Security Reports
  • Manage & Access security keywords, configurations, and Security Reports from anywhere
  • Easy installation and simple to use with technical support available

Get your Alvosenet products now and start protecting your children and/or confidential information!

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