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    Default Report shows webpages visited, but user never went

    I have a really weird problem.

    The webfilter report shows a computer (192.168.0.188), accessed all kinds of random sites. No username attached ( I use the AD connector). I checked all users that use that computer, but they never went to these sites. I checked for spy-ware and viruses,but found nothing.

    Sites visited: News, Social Netwoking, Sex, shopping etc.

    I attached a screenshot of the report.

    This is driving me nuts!

    Thanks for your help!

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    do you have the login script installed?
    does it show someone as logged into that machine now in the status screen?

    under the top user violators - do you see any users?
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    Yes it's installed. It working just fine. I can see the current Username logged in in the Status screen. I see users under violators, but these violators use a different computer, and never went to these sites.

    Thanks!

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    sure they weren't just links tied to a site the person did go to, or perhaps the person just wont admin they went to those sites cause they werent supposed to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathiau View Post
    sure they weren't just links tied to a site the person did go to, or perhaps the person just wont admin they went to those sites cause they werent supposed to?
    It still should have had a username on the report right? If I run the report on the specific user how uses that computer, I don't see the sites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfielitz View Post
    It still should have had a username on the report right? If I run the report on the specific user how uses that computer, I don't see the sites.
    you would only see that if that user was logged in at that time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    you would only see that if that user was logged in at that time.
    I guess I'm confused.Then how did these sites show up, if no user was logged in? Somehow the computer is randomly accessing sites?

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    Computer accessing random site is at all possible.

    Why not try checking that particular station fro some botnet/trojan infection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randall View Post
    Computer accessing random site is at all possible.

    Why not try checking that particular station fro some botnet/trojan infection?
    I did. workstation is clean.

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    Can be embebbed links in other pages or mails?
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