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Is there any possibility that a software technician....

Can detect porn sites that i've been even if i erased it in history one by one?currently he's updating my laptop and without having a internet connection though please response.

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  • fortminor_gr Jun 20, 2009

    @ sir benwabnick, you stated this,"but if you deleted the know areas from the browsers where they keep the history then unless the person is looking very very hard, they won't find anything" how can i delete it then?im using a windows based laptop averatec 6100 series...can you teach me how?oh it's annoying on my side i thought deleting it in history is enough...please teach me..

  • fortminor_gr Jun 20, 2009

    thank you so much...its a very informative response indeed, im loving this site im only one day old member here but it helps me alot about my computer...thank you sir!=)

  • fortminor_gr Jun 20, 2009

    ok thanks to all.

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Anything that is written on a Hard Disk, it is also made to be recovered. It makes no difference how many times you recorded over it. The original file on a HDD is indillible. Now, verything is not cops and robbers and many times we may have a document that belongs to the family or a will or something that is not illegal but "classified". The first way that you can produce an unrecoverable file appears in the DOS book "Delete or Del is an operation that run alone, produces recoverable files. But, acording to the manual, if you write: "delete or del c:\file /u" you will produce files that are indillible and unrecoverable. Another way is to acquire a disk named "Deep Erase". They have more than one program. I have one that is on a floppy, called "killdisk", which I use for erasing Hard Disks fast and deep and also unrecoverable. What do you think that is going on when you are defragmenting drives on you computer? The drive is erased unrecoverable. If a person is responsible and honest there is no need to worry. Talking about deframenting, you know how long it takes... it seems forever. Go to Google and ask "Rapid defragmentation software free". I have a floppy that will defragment an average file in less than two minutes, not all night...Thank you for the consideration and the choice to use our service. My name is Constantin (arzconst is an internal nickname used with Fixya.com).

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  • CONSTANTIN SPYROU Jun 20, 2009

    If I may make another comment, please! The linux computers have 128 bit secured privacy. Nothing goes in or comes out unless you want it and you let it happen. We all know that there is larceny in each one of us. We try to be honest. If Guru benwabnik had a client that did not want to be seen doing something immoral or illegal and I was in his place, I would have departed asap. Have you guys heard of something called cement shoes? Let them put them on him, but I would feel very bad if our Guru got implicated and all of a sudden he is a prisoner of his fate. When someone is acting weird and guilty, it is better to lose your money than your life. I am not infuenced by anything that was on TV about any vices in Miami, where I live. CONSTANTIN (Can't we find another word for Guru that is an English word?)

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They can still tell cause there is folders thats used to create swap files and that would show pics and stuff like that, that is loaded from websites. They are scattered around the hard drive but if you deleted the know areas from the browsers where they keep the history then unless the person is looking very very hard, they won't find anything.


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If no internet connection is made and you have superficially erased your history I doubt the porn sites can be detected.

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    Helen Sanford Jun 20, 2009

    That is what I was trying to convey here.



    If someone is updating of another's computer they are most likely not going to search out what if any porn sites have been accessed by the computer.



    It is only slightly more likely, if the updater is connected to the internet, to accidently stumble accross a previously viewed website.

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Yes, there are ways to detect if you've been on a Porn site. However, unless he is Looking for it, or actively browsing the web, Its not likely he will find anything.

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