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alert when some one visit a url

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Hello.

I want to make a background process.

Program will track visiting websites.

when someone connect a website (exzample www.xxx.com); I will start a program or procedure.

How can I get visiting sites URL?

Thanks.


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Selam,

I think this is the wrong way to do it. I would implement a proxy server and add several xxx sites to the blacklist.

Otherwise you have to check several browsers for the input address bar and compare it with any from your list.

Br,

UEZ

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I know it is not wrong way.

But I will not use it for proxy.

as you mentioned; I want to check several browsers (or a browser); input adress bar.


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Well, there's IE.au3 in the standard libray (just #include it) and search the Example Scripts forum for the Firefox and Opera UDFs. As far as Safari and Chrome are concerned, you'll have to figure those ones out yourself, no UDFs I know of.

But I agree with UEZ, it's the hard way of doing things. It'll only work if you can also control which browsers are allowed and which are not. With above you have most major browsers covered but if I use a portable Konquerer, K-Meleon, Amaya, SeaMonkey, Camino, lynx or even Emacs/W3 I'm bypassing your script. With a proxy there is no such risk.


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This one works well and is free:

http://www.handcraftedsoftware.org/

Haven't tried doing so, but I imagine you could write an .au3 to examine the logs and send an alert or whatever.

The other option is to install a broadband router with syslog capability. This sends log output to a computer running a small syslog-capture app which saves the log to a file. Advantages are no special browser settings, covers all site computers and is invisible to the user.

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