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HELP: i need to know the username/email address based on cookies saved

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i dont know if this is the right place to put my question but anyway, i am hoping someone can help me.

i need help. i need to know the username or email address that my husband is using to log-in to several websites but all i have are the info (TXT formats) i was able to get from his laptop from the directory C:\docs and settings\owner\cookies.

i know he is doing something again behind my back and he is being very careful but not that careful enough to erase this information. when i tried to open this files, like i said, they are in TXT formats and i cannot understand anything from it other than it shows the websites visited like match.com and live.com.

or if i cannot trace his userids through this, can anyone please help me and let me know what to do? this will give me my peace of mind once i find out what he is doing so i can move on once and for all.

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    Kraków my love :)

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Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc.

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Sunset.Rainbow, with all due respect, you need more help than a tech board. Do you have a pastor or doctor that you can arrange to meet with, with or without your husband? Anyway, helping in these matters violates our terms of service, so I'm closing the thread. Best of luck to you.
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