Browsing History stored by InPrivate browsing

September 7, 2010 at 23:45:31
Specs: Windows 7

After using the InPrivate browsing window in the internet and I want to delete the history for good, I click on 'delete temporary files, history, cookies,' etc. After clicking this another box appears with seven boxes available for me to tick the appropriate ones I am wanting to delete. If I tick the box marked 'InPrivate Filtering data' ( which says that it will delete all data stored from using this window) does this mean the history of the websites I have been viewing will be completely gone forever and there is no way to access it?
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September 8, 2010 at 02:51:05

.... does this mean the history of the websites I have been viewing will be completely gone forever and there is no way to access it?

Contrary to what most of us thought, experienced users can trace the sites you visited by looking at the router/modem activity log and by manipulating IPCONFIG utility on the computer you used. I also believe forensic audit has the capability to discover additional evidence that we don't know about (trade secret).

EDIT:

Oh yeah I almost forgot to add one more thing - you should be aware that wherever you go is permanently recorded by your ISP.

i_Xp/Vista/W7User


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