Can you give more details?
Does the Windows account has password?
Is there any application that may login and run at 3am?
Here is the pasted alert. Looks like my mcAfee and some hacker site came on at the exact same time that someone "supposedly" logged in after curfew.
I think this is because Mcafee is doing report/query to the md5.hackerwatch.org which is provide by macfee.
Can you tell me how your accounts setup, i.e. how many widnows account you have, does the child account have Admin right?
I am not familiar with McAfee, but I think Mcafee may choose the late night because it is unlikely anyone will use the computer at that time.
You may consider to let your son log in with different name, so that FamilySafety wont confuse the McAfee's action with your son's account.
I know some applications may perform some task when computer is idle, if you dont have these kind of application, and dont mind the wait of shutdown and bootup, it is not a bad idea to turn off computer if not using.
One of the biggest benefits I have found with Norton Online Family is the ability to differentiate between the online activities of each of my kids and myself. You might want to consider creating different login accounts for each family member or at least for each of the kids separate from that of the parents.
Online family will allow you to set filering options for each of the kids individually and to monitor each's activites.
Also, since you child is logging in with your account and you are the administrator, the child could disable the Norton Online Family service whereas they would not have this ability in thier own non-administrator accounts.
If you would like to create additional windows accounts on your computer, here is some more information on how you can do this:
If you don't want to do this you may want to read the following article about sharing a single account with multiple users:
It is recommend that you "Change the account type" of your son to limited
If you look at my earlier post, it helps describe creating a new Windows Account for each user that uses the computer. In your case it sounds as if your son logs in as your or you have no logins at all, that is when Windows starts, it goes right into the desktop without asking for a password.
You can work in this configuration however it is not ideal as whoever is signed onto the computer will have the same restrictions as your son. If you have more than 1 child you will not be able to distinguish between them nor be able to set different levels or categories for each of them.
As far as not tracking IM through MySpace, this is currently not supported. I will add this to our feature request list.
I assume that it is either of a standalone window of MySpaceIM or the IM on a myspace web page. Unfortunately, neither of them is monitored by current OnlineFamily.
Check this message, Marian has some suggestion on the myspace message.
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