||A gold mine of personal information
gets automatically stored on your computer if you only know how
to look for it. All Microsoft Windows operating systems,
imbed files inside each computer that can
reveal personal information and computer usage of the user. Your
operating system logs
more personal information on you than any cookie you can imagine. Most of these files are
crucial to rebuilding your files in the case of a system crash.
The following is a list of some of those interesting files.
From your start bar in windows look under search, files and
folders. Now, look for the following files on your hard drive; if you
view them, use an ascii viewer to see what is inside. Normal
editors like Notepad will not show you what is contained in all
the files. Our Computer Information extractor package will
provide you with the software and utilities required to extract
information from computers. The package includes ASCII viewer
and various Password decryption utilities.
This is a very important file within the computers operating
system! Inside this file is loads of data about you: The last few dozen places you've
visited on the Internet; Your name; email address, telephone
number, various user ID's and passwords, details about software
you use and your preferences, locations of files and folders,
and literally hundreds of other personal things! Even the
unencrypted names of the usenet groups you have been playing
with lately... Have a look at your own user.dat using special editors that
we provide. Most of the file is encrypted without the ascii
viewer, but you can make out enough references that are in plain
text to give you the chills.
Contains details about the locations and software that you
are running on your system, as well as personal things like
your preferences and other similar information.
This file is another gold mine. Once again, lots of personal details, including
the location of all your windows passwords (login, screen saver,
network, LAN, etc.), every conceivable thing about your
computer, its hardware and setup, and full details of all the
software you're using or you have ever used. You'll have the
surprise of finding all the names of applications you have
installed in the last couple of years on your computer! Again,
you will have to use our special editor to inspect these
Located by knowing your user name, or by looking up the
above file. Inside here are all your passwords. These are easily
decrypted using run of the mill password decrypting
All the data inside every Netscape form you've ever
submitted, with and without Secure Socket Layers.
Inbox, Outbox, Sent, Trash
A complete copy of all your incoming, outgoing, sent, and
soon-to-be-deleted email. All in plain text without any
MsWord, Excel, Access, Power Point
All these programs, as well as windows itself, cache the
filenames of the most recent documents you have been working on.