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I have an odd question perhaps,

But which program , or how can I find out , where my computer has been (webpages, IP addresses) after internet explorer's history and cache , index.dat has been cleaned (bleached) etc. Is there any way I can find out after the computer has shut down, and if I were to find out an IP address, How can I know to which website it belonged...

Thank you

I'll be happy to clarify if my question is still unclear
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well no i don't think so, but with my experience on firefox you could just copy the application data, back it up, delete the history, and put back the application data you backed up, restart firefox, and it should work...
so, copy the folder in this address
C:\\Documents and Settings\\(your username)\\Application Data\\Mozilla\\
put it somewhere
delete history
restore the folder on the original location
restart firefox
Voila !
Don't know if it works on IE since i never use it
You should use firefox, surely THE best Open Source application there is...
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what is it your trying to trace or find out?
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If your router supports that and keeps a log of all that kind of activity. Other then that you can try a program called Disk investigator which can recover files up to 6months of deleation.

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