Re: Is it possible for someone to access my HD even though I am running a firewall?

From: Triffid (triffid_at_nebula.net)
Date: 11/04/05


Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 23:50:48 -0500


Charles Newman wrote:

> "Triffid" <triffid@nebula.net> wrote in message
> news:wxgaf.6104$LF3.692537@news20.bellglobal.com...
>
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>>Charles Newman wrote:
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>>><dan555smith@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>>news:1130796325.766946.174710@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
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>>>. Assuming you have windows, clear your
>>>
>>>
>>>>form data once and a while, this is done through tools, internet
>>>>options, content. click the auto complete button and if you use auto
>>>>complete, try not to have it save passwords. I'm a little paranoid, but
>>>>paranoia pays off.
>>>
>>>
>>>The best way to do this is to use Evidence Eliminator
>>>to clear all form data, cookies, history, etc. Despite
>>>its name, EE does have some legtimate uses, such
>>>as clearing out things like Web forms, and stuff like
>>>that.
>>
>>Evidence Eliminator is a controversial product. One would be well advised
>>to consider the reasons for that, in order to make an informed decision.
>>One might also wonder why Google results are overwhelmingly positive -
>>even evidence-eliminator-sucks.com is a sales pitch.
>>
>>www.radsoft.net/resources/software/reviews/ee/00.html
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>>Triffid
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> Well, there are several of them on the market now.
> Evidence Eliminator is the most popular and well
> known, but there are other competitors catching
> up.

As usual Charles, you failed to investigate a freely offered clue.

Not that I expected otherwise, I posted purely as a service to those who
might be misled.

Triffid



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