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How to go beyond deleting cache, history ... ?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by nisdee, May 6, 2016.

  1. nisdee

    nisdee Regular Member

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    Hello,

    as most of us do, I also use variety of social media networks with dozens of accounts on each

    I'm interested how can I remove all proof that I have ever visited the site (Instagram, Facebook...) , deleting cache, cookies, history is just standard stuff, but the networks still know we have visited them, where do they store that data? Is it permanently embed somewhere in browser files or something like that?

    Using private, dedicated proxies helps to some point, but after all, they always know it's us

    I'm not talking about hacking or anything like that, I just want to clear everything after I'm one with one account, so I can move to another one with leaving absolutely no footprints

    Is this possible, any advice?
     
  2. Sugirl

    Sugirl Regular Member

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    simple.. get a new laptop for every new account!

    but would also like to know this, btw you also must delete flash cookies!
     
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  3. Peachpies

    Peachpies Newbie

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    1. WebRTC - disable this, really easy to see your true ip behind this
    2. Try not to use any extensions while browsing a certain site behind a proxy, if you use like 4 specific ones, it is really easy to spot you when mass registering sites.
    That is kind of what I do. Hope to get input from others.
     
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  4. Neon

    Neon Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    + new internet provider and don't forget to make a new face transplant for every new account.
     
  5. nisdee

    nisdee Regular Member

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    I'll do some research about WebRTC, first time I hear about it

    Thank you for the tip :)

     
  6. mitramarathi

    mitramarathi BANNED BANNED

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    tor browser
    its very much secure
     
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    Peachpies Newbie

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    Pretty sure most sites do not allow TOR browser registrations + it is really slow.
     
  8. nisdee

    nisdee Regular Member

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    Yeah, you cannot even access these sites with Tor, unfortunately