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can vbscript monitor web access?

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Paul Randall

#2
"C.K" <accin@newsgroup> wrote in message
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>i hope note down what web user visit,can vbscript do that?
Assuming that the person has given permission for you to track their web
usage, you could set up a script that starts an IE web browser window with
event monitoring and then monitor its location property or write a little
event handler to monitor navigation.

Do you know how to attach a few lines of your script to the events of an
object created with in VBScript?

-Paul Randall
 

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#3
i try to use PacketX activeX to capture,but failure
sorry i am not good at english
just look the page http://www.beesync.com/packetx/index.html
i wanna to write down all computer in my network every website url they
visited
vbscript + PacketX can capture the data,how to convert to string,so i can
get what i want.


"Paul Randall" <paulr901@newsgroup> wrote in message
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>
> "C.K" <accin@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:OY4zx49SKHA.4364@newsgroup

>>i hope note down what web user visit,can vbscript do that?
>
> Assuming that the person has given permission for you to track their web
> usage, you could set up a script that starts an IE web browser window with
> event monitoring and then monitor its location property or write a little
> event handler to monitor navigation.
>
> Do you know how to attach a few lines of your script to the events of an
> object created with in VBScript?
>
> -Paul Randall
>
 

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M

mayayana

#4
You could monitor IE by running a script that
looks at the Shell Windows collection periodically.
(An even better way would be to write a Browser
Help Object or Browser Extension. They're the
ultimate spyware. :)

But it sounds like you really want is something like
a router-level packet sniffer for corporate intranet use.
That doesn't sound like a job for script. You'd probably
be better off asking in a group for network admin. help.
I imagine there's probably standard software used for
the job.

> i hope note down what web user visit,can vbscript do that?
>
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#5
you right,thanks


"mayayana" <mayaXXyana@newsgroup> wrote in message
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> You could monitor IE by running a script that
> looks at the Shell Windows collection periodically.
> (An even better way would be to write a Browser
> Help Object or Browser Extension. They're the
> ultimate spyware. :)
>
> But it sounds like you really want is something like
> a router-level packet sniffer for corporate intranet use.
> That doesn't sound like a job for script. You'd probably
> be better off asking in a group for network admin. help.
> I imagine there's probably standard software used for
> the job.
>

> > i hope note down what web user visit,can vbscript do that?
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>
>
 

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