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Protecting Children from Cyberbullying The parents of a pre-teen girl notice that she seems more withdrawn and quiet than usual. They ask Lola if anything’s wrong, but she just shrugs her shoulders and says, “Leave me alone.” One day, they see her crying in front of her laptop and decide to take matters into their own hands. The parents search online for possible reasons for her change in behavior and discover something called “cyberbullying.” According to an eye-opening statistics, they learn that only 10% of parents are even aware that their child is being cyber-bullied. In order to protect her, they install Alvosenet and record the harassing chats on their daughter’s social media websites for evidence and take it to the appropriate authorities to solve the problem. Now Lola is back to cheerful, energetic self with her bullies gone, thanks to Alvosenet.

Monitoring Teens and Identifying Risky Behaviors The Lees bought a new computer for their teenage son, Tony, and decided to install Alvosenet Parental Control on it for their son’s safety. Since they were afraid that Tony will be peer pressured into drinking or doing drugs, they configured the software to monitor and block specific online activities using keywords such as marijuana, beer and cigarettes. A few days later, they received a security report showing that Tony was searching on how to use marijuana. Alvosenet Parental Control recorded the searches and related web pages he browsed and sent a security report to his parents. The security enabled the Lees to be proactive with Tony’s situation before it became something more serious.

Protecting Teens from Inappropriate Content Online Justin has just started using computer for his schoolwork in middle school. His parents are worried that he would be tempted into checking out inappropriate adult websites while doing research online. However, since the family computer is in the study, they are not able to control the content he browses all the time. And one day, they saw that while Justin was doing research for his History assignment, a porn website popped up. It made them concerned about the consequences of Justin being exposed to these websites. After talking to their family counselor, Justin’s parents decided to install Alvosenet Parental Control to prevent their teenage son from stumbling upon inappropriate content online.



Limiting Online Activities to Protect Young Children Jerry is in 1st grade and his parents have just started allowing him to play on their family computer. He loves playing online games after coming home from school. However in the beginning, his mother had to sit beside him every time he plays, as she is scared that he might try out inappropriate, unrated games or accidentally access unsafe websites which could be harmful to him and their computer. After doing a little research on parental control software, she decided to install Alvosenet Parental Control to control which games he can play and to block file downloads, searches and websites with her choice of keywords, and more. Knowing that with Alvosenet limiting Jerry’s online activities his mother can now let him play online without her constant supervision.

Blocking Dangerous Websites and Chats Mr. and Mrs. Johnson heard that a new online chat website has become popular among Jenny’s classmates. It allowed users to chat with strangers through text and webcam, which worries them as Jenny is only 16 years old. They forbid her from going on the website but are not capable of monitoring her personal laptop. Jenny continued chatting on the website secretly. After a while, she started developing a friendship with one of them and started sharing personal information. Her parents were not aware of this dangerous behavior until one day they caught her chatting online. They decided to install Alvosenet to block the website, remotely monitor Jenny’s laptop, and keep her safe online from potential predators.

What Alvosenet can do?
Block Security Risks Disable websites, online search, social networks, etc. to avoid damage.
Monitor Security Concerns Record web browsing, online search, emails and social networks.
Match Security Keywords Focus on security keywords for your specific security concerns.
Report Security Issues Alert security issues for online activities matching security keywords.
Manage Security Tasks Update keywords, select options, and retrieve reports for ease of use.
Configure Security Options Customize security operations based on your particular security needs.
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Online blocking for kid protection
Keyword matching for child safety
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