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browser redirected to porn sites

May 2, 2009 at 14:49:57
Specs: Windows XP, ?

I have a serious problem. My employment was terminated after I returned from a few day trip because two women in the office went to the board claiming that I was using the computer for porn among other sites for deviant behavior. This computer was not password protected because it was used publicly & the board of directors wouldn't allow me to secure it. This is a small nonprofit. I believe that the two women had been embezzling money prior to my hire & when I was managing the operation, I kept a tight lid on expenses & money trail which may have caused them to sabotage the computer to get me fired. I was not allowed to defend myself, look at the computer or have it looked at by experts. Now these people are spreading rumors around the nonprofit community. Can someone explain how a history of web surfing to porn sites could be established when you're completely innocent of this activity?

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May 2, 2009 at 18:59:46

... first open any folder window... go to tools(tab)> folder options> view(tab) "check" show hidden files and folders

... then follow this path:

C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Local Settings\History

... then the day...then double click a site folder...inside will be web pages with an established time and date

... thats if they're still there!!

... do'nt leave it too long as a default delete is set by an amount of days...then history is "zapped"

Grrrr
"...pentathol makes you sing like a canary"
... got brain freeze


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