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Iknownothing!

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I need help with finding out about certain sites popping up in search history. There are a number of porn sites that have come up in the search history. It's only my Husband, myself & our 6 month old. I'm guessing it wasn't him & I know it wasn't me so I pulled my hubby up on it. He claims it wasn't him.
At the time I found them, I was on our computer at home (IMac) & my husband was away for work in another state. We have ICloud & I'm able to see what is open on my husbands IPad, IPhone & laptop.
Attached are pictures of the history that I took. I'm pretty certain he's lying to me but if anyone can help it would be very appreciated as he is saying it wasn't him. If wasn't (which I highly doubt) then what is our computer doing?

Thanks

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I'd be surprised if it wasn't him to be honest. There is even a manual search to a certain site through google before actually accessing the site.

Did you specifically ask about him visiting those sites on the computer or does he know it syncs to his phone as well?


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