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Kumra

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Is it possible to identify who may have visited a certain website or been using the internet in general on a PlusNet network (part of a domain) at a specific time of the day four months ago? I don't suppose it is possible because of the length of time that's passed and the fact I don't think the router would backlog information that far but I just wanted to clarify.


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Hi Kumra and welcome to our forum.

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I think this might be quite difficult without access to the computer(s) that may have been used for the Internet access.

 

If you have legitimate access to them then a forensic examination of them could reveal the information you seek.

 

Forensic examination is not an inexpensive option...

 

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So I guess that means I wouldn't be able to find out through router logs?


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why not have a look at them, check the settings and see how far they go back?

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