OpenDNS as DNS service has no way to see what websites have been visited. But they can log all your DNS traffic which is somehow related also to the websites having been visited. DNS traffic is related to queries about domain names, so the domain names are contained in your OpenDNS domain stats, see attached image.
Jan 31, 2011 Eero Plus - View Devices/Sites that Triggered "Threat What would be nice is under the Activity log where it shows Threat Blocks for Botnet, Malware, Phising, Spyware (and ditto for Content Filters), it would be nice to be able to click on what was blocked and see the following: - Device that was the source of the block (Was it my TV, my laptop or my iPhone) - Site that was visited Top 10 sites banned at work (screenshots) 8 - Page 8 | ZDNet
Also, being a DNS based service, it does monitor internet or website traffic, it only logs the DNS traffic that it receives. There are quite a few ways that a specific website or webpage could be visited without any DNS traffic being sent to OpenDNS. Bottom line, OpenDNS is the wrong tool to use if you want to monitor internet or website traffic.
Sep 06, 2014 · Yes, I saw your comment earlier. Unless you pay for the $19.99 a year OpenDNS logging feature it won't log what sites are visited like the built in OS X parental controls does. So assuming OP is talking about OS X access only, parental controls will do exactly what he is looking for free. You can monitor web browsing as well and visited websites, time spent on that site by using Kernel Computer Activity Monitor tool. It takes screenshots, monitor Internet usage, all applications, printing commands and pressed keys by the user. OpenDNS very specifically filters out unwanted websites at the DNS level. It can't log what user or device made those requests, but it can control access for every device on your network
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