I work in a place that has a secure, private network where everything is recorded, including keystrokes (I guess that would be pretty common, I'm just not very network savvy). It's not really policed much and there would have to be significant abuse to flag any need to review the history of whats been going on with any particular user...however, historically it IS recorded. I would like to check up on charts from time to time, and I've tried to use several charting services that can't punch through the firewalls. I could probably use a web based chart package that my broker offers, but I don't want to enter my password information as that opens my account information to someone if they were to review the history. It's a remote possiblity, but not one I am willing to take. I could probably get a separate user name that is not tied to my account, but, that would preclude the possibility of ever modifying a position. Anyway...is there any way to do what I want to do securely? Is there any way to encripted the information? Any other suggestions? Just out of luck?