The latest versions of Internet browsers such as Firefox, Explorer and Chrome have a Private or InPrivate option which allows you to surf the web anonymously. Such a method, despite the fact that it really does clean your Internet footprints, still leaves some track an expert such a technician, for example, could easily retrieve and use …against you! Here is a little trick to make your surfing really invisible!
The issue with the Private option most browsers have got is that it doesn’t delete footprints left by you in the DNS cache of your computer. It is sufficient for an expert to go to the Command Prompt, type ipconfig /displaydns and see what website you have surfed. Here is the simple procedure to clear the DNS cache:
- Click Start.
- In the Search field, type CMD.
- Right-click the icon and choose to run the tool as Administator.
- Now, type the following command: ipconfig /flushdns
- Press Enter.
- Done! The last, really last footpring has been cleared. Now you are really invisible!
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