Is there any trace on the computer from private browsing sessions? I read that it can be stored on the RAM, but I am unsure what information would be stored.
Does private browsing leave any trace on my computer? My computer now has a virus and I believe an employee has been looking at explicit material on-line. I read that information can be stored on the RAM. Is there a way I can see what sites were visited and when?
Not sure how often
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Re: Is there any trace on the computer from private browsing sessions? I read that it can be stored on the RAM, but I am unsure what information would be stored.
According to the Private Browsing - Use Firefox without saving history article, "If you save files to your computer while using Private Browsing, those files will not be deleted when you stop Private Browsing...""
So perhaps the employee downloaded a file, then ran it outside of Firefox.
But RAM should not be a concern.
The best thing to do is to find out which virus you have. Then look at documentation about how that specific virus is known to get installed.