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spykoss

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Sup,

I've been accused of editing someone's school project on the schools computer network. It was a bitmap image.
I need to know if it's somehow possible to view the "Last Saved By" attribute of a bitmap image? Can I somehow just
use normal Windows Explorer or is there any piece of software I can use to view such info?

Thanks
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dsenette

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if you're on a school network that gives you your own usernames etc to log on and do work...the school's IT staff would have to have enabled certain logging features in the location where the file was stored

if you're on a machine that has just one username that everyone uses...then the best you could get was a time of last modification (but that wouldn't neccessarily be accurate because they had to "modify" the file to open it to see that it was messed up) and hope that you were out of town at the time
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Hehehe, unfortunately I wasn't outa town according to the "Last Modifued" time on the file. I was in class with another 6 ppl who have way-below-average computer knowledge so that leaves me as the most probable suspect!!

But you do have a point as to the other case though. I'd have to have rights to the persons documents and I dont...I think. So I plead NOT GUILTY and propose they look who has other than the owner of the documents, has rights to the folder.

Thank for the guidanc bro!

Peaceee
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