As part of The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Crew, I received a free download of Action Alert.
The internet is a fun, educational, and very interesting place to be. It can also be a very dangerous place to be. Action Alert provides internet safety for your family. It includes these 8 Internet Safety Tools in one convenient download.
I found it easy to download and install Action Alert. There are numerous settings you can customize to protect your children when they are online. You can even set it up to send you alerts on your phone when you child goes to a site you don’t approve of. You can also remotely shut down the computer with your cell phone.
Another feature that I found cool was the Activity Video Recording. It records what the computer screen actually looked like. You can see what your children are doing, who they are talking to, you can also view all instant chat messages. You can set up daily times when the computer can be used. Very helpful if you have to be out of the house and the kids are home. The Search Filter only brings up safe sites in the searches. That will bring you peace of mind that your children aren’t going to see anything you don’t want them to see. I did find that my computer worked slower with Action Alert installed. Every computer is different, and it may not work that way on yours.
Action Alert is the only internet safety solution to be endorsed by the Child Safety Network.
Action Alert was featured on The Today Show. You can view the segment here. (Note: PGKey changed their name to Action Alert and made the program downloadable, instead of using the key.)
For more information, you can read the Action Alert FAQ Page.
You can download a Free Protection version of Action Alert. Yes, free. Download and start protecting your family in minutes. There is also a Maximum Protection version available for $29.99. The Maximum Protection version is fully customizable. Action Alert also has a Facebook Fan page.
*Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a free Action Alert download in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”