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Just a simple question (maybe)


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mariotrigo

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Hi all,

Just a simple question (I hope)

Let's say I'm on one drive using windows vista (DRIVE1)

On another drive I've got some confidential material (docs and/or pics and/or videos) (DRIVE2)

I need to open material from drive2,

BUT I DO NOT WANT THAT MATERIAL TO BE TRANSFERRED TO DRIVE1,
PARKED OR MEMORIZED IN ANY WAY, NOT EVEN HIDDEN IN TEMPS OR CLUSTERS
OR WHATEVER, BECAUSE I AM NOT USING MY OWN COMPUTER AND DON'T WANT
OTHER GUY TO KNOW WHAT I'VE OPENED.

How does it work?
Does my DRIVE1 (windows vista drive operating system) retain in its HD anything it reads from DRIVE2?

thanks guys

Mario
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hfcg

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I AM NOT USING MY OWN COMPUTER AND DON'T WANT
OTHER GUY TO KNOW WHAT I'VE OPENED.

Hello,
The master file table has a record of any thing ever done on the computer.
You are asking for help to snoop through some one elses files with out their knowledge, you even want to hide your snooping from them.
Ask for permission to view these files from the owner.
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wannabe1

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Hello mariotrigo...

I suggest you contact your ISP and local law enforcement agency with your concerns.

There is no way short of destroying the HDD platters to remove all the information that's written upon them. Computer forensics specialists can recover information even after multiple formats.

We can't and won't assist you in hiding your tracks when you are using another person's computer. We have no idea if what you are doing is legitimate or even legal...and no way to verify who you are or what you are trying to accomplish.

Thanks for your understanding.

wannabe1
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