NEED TO TRACE WEBSITE LOGS!!!

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  1. Big P

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    Hello, i want to know if it is possible to trace down all the logs that particular website may have or did make any changes to my computer system!
    I want to know if a website can implement something into my system (like cookies) and if i can track that down.

    If yes - how?
    If no - can anyone make a script for that kind of stuff?
     
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    In chrome press F12, then click on Application. You will have tabs in the left side which will show you everything starting from cookies,session to localstorage.
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    There are loads of ways that a website can manipulate your system.

    Are you using an old version of Firefox, or Internet Explorer? Hell even Chrome had a problem last year.

    There are things called JDB Which is a Java Drive By.
    There are literally hundreds of ways that a dodgy website can initiate changes. The key word is INITIATE.
    *not going to talk about every method, that's just one example.* This is a Blackhat SEO forum, not hacking xD

    It is VERY rare, and virtually no chance of any of that happening if you have Anti Virus.
    * It is very extensive, you must have really annoyed someone.

    Ask below if you have more questions.
     
  4. Big P

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    Thank you!

    I've heard otherwise about browseris. I've heards that the new versions got made some changes with user tracking.
    Plus i am using a software similar tu MultiLoginApp, which i think woul've thought about JDB?

    I would be happy if you would talk to me about those methods, it's still Blachhat! :D And this forum has alot of usefull information for me even if im not interested completely in SEO :)

    EDIT: I am talking about user tracking from giants like google, facebook, ebay, paypal, etc.
     
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    Anyone who tells you something is 100% secure doesn't know what they're talking about bud.
    I don't use MultiLoginApp or anything like that, however JDB is always an issue whether or not they've thought about it.

    As one person makes an update, or patch a new set of vulnerabilities are created to be exploited!

    Using Third Party Systems like MultiLoginApp can have complications, as long as you're safe, you should be fine.

    I've not got much to comment on this system as I've not used it.
     
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    Well, that software just saves my time. Instead of me going every browser config manually it has pretty much everything, the key words are PRETTY MUCH!! Which is what interests me, since few giants can detect me no matter what, unless i reinstall my windows! Not even always reinstalling the windows helps, so im thinking that the problem may lie under socks5 proxy that i use???