eBlaster 2010 Awarded The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval

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Independent Test Results: SpectorSoft Monitoring Solution Provides Parents “Better Feeling, Peace of Mind”

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With eBlaster, parents can be virtually anywhere and monitor the computer activity of their children to ensure their online safety and well-being.

eBlaster 2010 -- the world's best-selling remote monitoring software for Windows or Mac OS -- has been honored with The National Parenting Center's 2010 Seal of Approval for Computer Software.

With eBlaster, parents can be virtually anywhere and monitor the computer activity of their children to ensure their online safety and well-being.

eBlaster begins by automatically recording a child’s emails, chats, instant messages, web sites visited, programs run, keystrokes typed and more. eBlaster then creates a complete yet concise Activity Report that is sent directly to any email address a parent chooses -- including smartphones -- as often as desired. Additionally, eBlaster is the ONLY remote monitoring software able to instantly forward a copy of all emails, chats, and instant messages, making parents aware of potentially dangerous situations as they happen.

From the Review
In the words of The National Parenting Center: “We all know about the various content and detrimental aspects of the Internet. As much as it has changed the way we live, mostly for good, there is no denying that there is a dark underbelly that we as parents wish to shield our children from or at least know when they have strayed there. While we cannot always be looking over their shoulders eBlaster does just that. Our testers told us of mixed emotions at first, unsure about snooping and spying on their kids, but that quickly gave way to the better feeling, peace of mind.”

The Process
The National Parenting Center's product testing division is run by independent testers including parents, educators, and panelists of The National Parenting Center. The testing of eBlaster 2010 involved a multi-step process conducted over an eight-week period in a hands-on environment. Each product is evaluated for its level of desirability, safety features, and other ingredients essential in the makeup of a quality product.

Pricing and System Requirements
eBlaster 2010 is priced at $99.95 and supports all versions of Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP Home Edition or Professional, including 64-bit versions.

eBlaster mac 2010 is priced at $99.95 and supports all versions of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, and Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger.

For an evaluation copy of eBlaster 2010 for Windows or Mac OS, or to schedule an interview with a SpectorSoft executive, please contact Kasey Sellati at (772) 770-5670 or press(at)spectorsoft(dot)com.

About SpectorSoft
SpectorSoft is the recognized leader and pioneer in the PC and Internet monitoring software market. More than 500,000 consumers and 50,000 businesses, government organizations, schools, and law enforcement agencies have purchased SpectorSoft products to help keep kids safe online, and to prevent Internet abuse, data loss, and compliance violations in the workplace. Products include Spector Pro, eBlaster, Spector Pro mac, and eBlaster mac for home and office use; and Spector 360, Spector CNE Investigator, and Spector Server Surveillance Edition for corporate-wide monitoring and reporting. SpectorSoft has earned numerous awards for product excellence and been named five times to Inc. Magazine’s List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in the U.S. For more information call: (772) 770-5670 or visit http://www.spectorsoft.com

About The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval is an independent testing procedure conducted to judge a variety of products introduced and marketed to the parent/child consumer market. The Seal approval program, created in 1990 as an adjunct to The National Parenting Center’s support services, identifies the finest products and services being marketed to this audience. From educational and entertainment products to travel destinations, the consumer-oriented testing process solicits evaluations from parents and their children. This award signifies to other parents that their peers have acknowledged a product’s quality and desirability based on a wide variety of determining factors (http://www.tnpc.com/about.htm)

In a recent survey, 68% of mothers reported that they pay attentions to awards and seals and most moms (56%) say that these increase their likelihood of purchasing such a product.

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