AVG Antivirus may detect Activity Monitor Agent on the monitored computer and Activity Monitor on the manager’s PC as Win32:ActivityLogger-E [PUP] or Potentially Unwanted Program(PUP) threat. In fact, there is no virus in Activity Monitor software. It only does what is declared in its features described on the website.
To prevent AVG Antivirus from detecting this threat you will need to exclude Activity Monitor installation folder from scans following instructions below.
new: Auto-cleanup of the database and screenshots. Allows to select how many days or months of data you want to keep. Older data will be removed automatically to save hard drive space and improve database performance
new: support of Windows Server 2012
fix: Dates filter panel disappeared in SoftActivity Reports sometimes when there is an invalid date found in the database
fix: file opearations recording is now off by default to improve performance
Just as desktop PCs, laptops have also to be monitored in order to eliminate risks of their misuse and Internet abuse at workplace. Nowadays, every office employee has his/her own laptop. Are you concerned how your employees are surfing the Internet through their laptops when you are not around? This is a common issue for all conscious employers and managers who can’t control every moment when their employees are online. Moreover, today many school and college administrators claim that students tend to play games, chat, check new notifications on their Facebook accounts and do various other non-study related activities during classes or lectures.Read More