Hey guys, my son has a macbook pro and I would like to know his online activities and the e-mails that he sends and receives. The problem with this is he loves his mac a lot and he is always on it. I do not want him to know that I'm "invading his privacy", but I would like make sure he's not doing anything dangerous and inappropiate. I'd like to view his website history, and find a way to crack his email account password. He uses firefox and safari but he clears the history everytime he finishes with his surfing. That's the reason why I want to go on with this. My first question is, is there any way that I can view his history even after he clears it? same with safari..he turns on private browsing..is there a way around private browsing without removing the option? secondly, my son uses gmail and I've tried using keychain access to view the saved passwords, but it doesn't show up because keychain says he doesn't save it. However, I have seen him just click on gmail and the inbox pages appears. what can I do to retrieve his password other than keychain? I've searched firefox password option which does a similar thing as keychain. but on the mac, that option is not available? or is it just hidden? is there a way I can get around all of this? Lastly, I would like to purchase/ download some parental software that will act as a keylogger that sends me his keystrokes to my email. do you guys know of any that is quick to install, and VERY stealthy as in no lag, no signs of it running or history of the program being installed? I can't really use those physical keyloggers because it's a laptop and its very noticable. because of the limited time I have alone on his mac, I need to install the keylogger quickly. thanks for all your help guys.