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dat file scanning (Irish for the night)

Saturday, December 24, 2005

For the two ladies who actually read this blog, ever want to scan your boyfriend or husband's computer for .dat files? Well what can you gain? Your ole so sneaky boyfriend might be harvesting disgusting pr0n in some buried directory that you may never stumble upon deep within the sub files of some installed program or 'fake' program. The trouble (for him) is that if he frequents his stored scat or clown pr0n on a regular basis, even if he clears the cache on Firefox or IE, .dat files still point to where he has been browsing. idatscan is a freestanding .exe file (that does not need to be installed) that will tell you where the last files your significant other has visited that probably has not had the time, energy or knowhow to erase. I won't get into how to erase .dat files today (as it is Christmas ever and Liz and I have just downed a number of Jameson's shots) but chances are, your .dat files are more easily trackable than you might think. So fire up the idatscan the next time your hubby is at an extended 'conference' and see what depravity has really been stored on on the computer.

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posted by aL, 10:07 PM

3 Comments:

Happy new year, aL!
commented by Anonymous Chris, 2:22 PM  
dude. My comments seem to be disappearing.
commented by Anonymous Chris, 2:23 PM  
thanks chris, happy new year to you too man.
commented by Anonymous aL, 8:45 PM  

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