PC Pandora captures every HTTP-related request made by the computer, so you can review a detailed log of every time your machine requested access to the web.
Just about every time your machine connects to the Internet, whether it's through a web browser, an instant messenger application or email client, your machine might be making an HTTP request. This goes far beyond the list of addresses of the websites visited. A visit to a single web page can generate dozens of HTTP request sent to various locations on the Internet.
PC Pandora monitors and records all HTTP requests, regardless of the program that made them; this catches web surfing in off-brand, lesser-known browsers (which your children or employees may have secretly installed to surf without your knowledge) and in non-browser programs (like AOL Instant Messenger's welcome screen) that connect to the Web.
Parents and employers can add domains deemed inappropriate to the PC Pandora blacklist with a click of a mouse.