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November 8, 2003 9:26:23 PM

I admit, I occassionally surf for porns when people are not around. What are some of the pre- post- cautions I should take after I'm done? How do I prevent my sisters from finding out where I've been on the internet. Where in my operating system must I go to erase/delete my history/tracks.

I don't want to buy programs like "Window Washer" or anything because if you own one of these, it's obvious that you surf for porn. What are some cheap ways or places you should go on your XP/98se system to erase your tracks??? I know about the clear cache, delete cookies, delete files and clear history from the Tool Menu>>internet options. Also I know that Norton Internet Security keeps a internet log history of sites you go to and you can clear them. Are there any other places/files I should delete to get rid of my history??? Thanks you for your help. I'm sure my post will benefit most people on this forum and will make their porn surfing more enjoyable. Peace!

ps. Sorry for posting this message in the wrong area.
ps2. It would be great if a lot of people post all their tricks.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by ricorico on 11/08/03 06:35 PM.</EM></FONT></P>

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November 8, 2003 10:22:54 PM

Click on Tools in Internet Explorer tool bar.
Click on Internet Options in the drop down menu.
Click on Clear History.
Click on Delete Files.
Click on Delete Cookies.

There are still a couple other places where info is stored.

I think you would be better off telling your sisters you were looking at porn.

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November 8, 2003 10:54:26 PM

In that case, she prolly would'nt go looking through the computer trying to find obscure places where bits of you internet history are kept.


p.s. Auto-fill type enteries are kept in the registry.

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November 9, 2003 2:19:52 AM

So yhay's what goes on in the Other forum.
November 9, 2003 2:39:54 AM

Dude, clearing history and temp internet files is all he needs to do. All's clear once he does that.

The one and only "Monstrous BULLgarian!"
November 9, 2003 2:49:04 AM

I don't believe viewing pornographic material is bad.
Humans are sexual beings. Pornography is part of our sexual nature.
It is something that people shouldn't be ashamed of.
I believe lying about viewing porn material is wrong because then the person lying implies porn is bad.

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November 9, 2003 2:59:48 AM

Tell that to teens' parents. I'm all for porn:) 

The one and only "Monstrous BULLgarian!"
November 9, 2003 3:48:52 AM

It's odd tho, ur gonna wanna keep em innocent. I don't know why- you'd think I'd be all for my smaller bros doing bad sh!t, but I'm not. I'd probably be pissed if I caught em looking at porn later on. Wierd, no?

The one and only "Monstrous BULLgarian!"
November 9, 2003 8:29:46 PM

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so why not make it earlier and enjoy more of what life offers?

Because I bet if the parents find him showing little bro some hardcore action, he's gonna be in <i>serious</i> $hit.... :lol: 

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November 9, 2003 8:57:40 PM

I never erase my porn surfing history.
Nor do i even attempt to hide it.

If people find it then thats what they deserve for unauthorised usage of my beast of darkness.

<b>I help because I'm so damned good!
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November 11, 2003 12:07:58 AM

too funny, LOL!

Ahh.. if you're using ie, try clicking on tools > options and click the clear history button and the delete files button.

if that isn't good enough, try this.
Active_ZDelete_v4.0
November 11, 2003 3:40:23 AM

(and one that takes 5 mins)

The one and only "Monstrous BULLgarian!"
November 11, 2003 5:11:24 AM

Have you guys ever thought about the person's account you've stolen might ask his service provider for a log of what have been surfed on his account? And from what IP address and trace it ack to telephone number. Shyte. I need to get my own account. Just too bloody expensive in this country. I can just imagine those logs...

There is some people who specialize in clean sites out there. Clean means to say no swear words or any words that can be traced to any bodyparts. Ie you can happily surf what ever you want, even at work, and still not be traced.

Who'd ever think that

www.weatherchannel.co.uk/fullmoonrising/dr-chloe-md/big...

could just be Chloe Anderson showing a bit more than the average woman. Sorry guys, that was no real link, but the drift is caught?

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November 11, 2003 5:41:11 AM

Yeah, but just don't ask for a print-out.

Save the trees. It would be the end of the amazon if they wanted to print mine out. Bwhahahahahahaha (Dr Evil in leather laugh)

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November 11, 2003 8:03:15 AM

I used to have a batch file that ran on every boot that would do basically the same as comercial programs. I'll see if I can dig it up and post it here. Basically you need to find all the places windows stores temporary data and delete this data on boot. Many of these locations are protected system files and have to be removed before windows loads. If you go to any the many windows tweak sites they will have several methods for doing this.

P.S. All the information that is deleted by "delete temporary" and erase history is stored elsewhere as well, so this is not sufficient.

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November 11, 2003 8:03:18 AM

I used to have a batch file that ran on every boot that would do basically the same as comercial programs. I'll see if I can dig it up and post it here. Basically you need to find all the places windows stores temporary data and delete this data on boot. Many of these locations are protected system files and have to be removed before windows loads. If you go to any the many windows tweak sites they will have several methods for doing this.

P.S. All the information that is deleted by "delete temporary" and erase history is stored elsewhere as well, so this is not sufficient.

Dev

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November 12, 2003 2:44:38 AM

I dedicate my new sig to this thread.

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I know the way myself. :evil: 
Regards,
Mr no integrity coward.</b>
November 12, 2003 8:47:31 AM

I can identify with that.

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