websites monitor c++ or delphi

Hi,

Looking for the most professional and universal way to monitor history of visited web pages to all modern browsers, the best browser independent...
I don't need code writing exact, just avice on choose different method.
I would rather want to avoid sniffing packets....
I mean catch adress when website is entered and the same as it's clicked on link, so simple key log solutions will do not work there.

Please give me best option.
johnnyexAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPConnect With a Mentor OwnerCommented:
you will need a tcpip sniffer that monitors port 80/443 for get's
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johnnyexAuthor Commented:
this would need install additional drivers like winpcap, and The problem with raw socket sniffing in Vista and Win7 is that it might not receive either incoming packets (Win7) or outgoing packets (Vista).

Any other ideas?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
that or shell out for a network tap
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johnnyexAuthor Commented:
"that or shell out for a network tap"
can you be little more precise, please?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
a network tap goes in-line with your network and then you can attach wireshark to it. (It is a piece of hardware)  

----network ----- tap ---- WAN/Router
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                Network Monitoring Software

Keylogging is easier.. a Network Tap is non detectable.
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johnnyexAuthor Commented:
I'm looking for Win32/64 software 100% solution
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jkrCommented:
What is the purpose for all that? Using a proxy server to collect that data is not an option?
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johnnyexAuthor Commented:
No that will not work.
What about injection?

Anyone know or suspect how this app work ?
http://www.ieinspector.com/httpanalyzer/

seems like this doing much more monitoring and guessing adress for this is piece of cake, maybe this way ?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
That is run on the client machine and uses the clients tcpip stack and run by the user.  If you have access to the machine you can always look at the internet explorer index.dat or the users history files
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