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How can I protect Firefox history so sites listed CAN NOT be deleted -- I want to monitor all sites my kids go to

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Our family uses a MacBook via Firefox to get to the Internet. Firefox has a running history of sites visited. But if you just go to any of the sites listed in history and click delete, it leaves the list.

I want to see all the sites my kids visit to see if they are going to sites that are not appropriate.

Can you tell me how to change the settings on Firefox so that history can not be deleted or only deleted using my password? I want to monitor ALL the sites my kids visit.

If this is not possible, can you tell me the name of any software I can get (free or purchased) that will do this?

Thanks so much!

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If you have multiple computers in your household, you most likely have a router. All requests to the Internet go through the router. Many routers log these requests. You'll probably have to sign in to the router to configure logging (read the documentation for your router) as well as to view the log.