Is There Hidden Pornography on your Pc??

By: Sam Roberts

Did you know that unwanted images, banners, pictures and content that exists on websites you visit, can be downloaded on your PC without your knowledge.? Did you also know that many sites use a technology called a "push" to push contents, files, images, banners and pictures in to your PC without your knowledge?

Your computer is tracking all of your actions and stores the evidence on your hard drive. Anyone else can see where you have been on the Internet and the images, movies you have viewed, even everything you did on your computer would leave trace on your computer, an Internet eraser or internet cleaner tool is an important tool to have on your PC to protect your privacy.Perhaps you stumbled onto one or two adult Web sites. Perhaps by accident. Perhaps on purpose. And you don't want your husband/wife, dad/mom, boss/colleague or anyone else to know you've been there. You can clear your history or empty your cache files in your browser's settings, but it will not protect you.

It's important to note that some files when downloaded on your PC, they are not located in an area where a user can locate and clean them, but rather in a hidden area called index.dat that you and your browser cleaning option do not access, this area stores all your web activities as well as some of the files that get downloaded on to your PC.

Installing an effective porn cleaner and porn removal software tool on your PC is a perfect way to protect your privacy and securing your PC, as well as clear and clean all your web activities. Scary as it may seem, your computer acts as a recording device that tracks your every keystroke.

Even if you delete files and clear your browser history the information can be retrieved in seconds. Children, spouses, employers can easily pull up discarded files, or stumble on sensitive information located on your PC. Hackers can even steal your credit card numbers and other identity information by going through your Internet connection.

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