Question about Black Box IP Address Translator With Bandwidth Management (LR0051A) Proxy Server
First of all, that 192.xxx.xx.x address is a LAN address, not Internet domain. The others can be resolved just by going to the url or doing an 'arp' query. All computer storage is retrievable if you have an undelete utility -for example, Windows just changes the first digit of each memory address from a 'one' to a 'zero' or vice-versa, leaving the remaining keystrokes unchanged until they are overwritten. Sophicated erase programs literally write all zeros at every memory location which can take a really long time. Servers retain emails and attachments for years so you can retrieve stuff from even a closed account from your isp if you remember the old passwords. Computer forensics is the name of that game. I don't do that but there are modern sleuths like your basic private investigators that make their living digging through cyber-trash. Sorry you have this going down in your life. Court orders work both ways so for legal help go to www.findlaw.com and ask a lawyer. It's like a FixYa site for litigants. best wishes, Steve Medley
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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