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Cover Your Internet Tracks

If you are the victim of spousal abuse, one thing you don't need is your spouse finding out that you are searching for a source of information and comfort in the Internet community. If you've visited some Internet websites, your computer has no doubtedly left a trail of evidence behind for your spouse to find. We can show you ways to erase this evidence. Although following these steps should clear your browser's history and cache files, this is in no way any guarantee that information will not be left in your browser. If you are searching for help, please don't do it on your own computer unless you have a complete understanding on how to erase the evidence, and please -- seek help to get out of your situation.



Clearing History & Cache Files in Internet Explorer:

  • In the menu, click on Tools.
  • Click on Internet Options.
  • In General Option under Temporary Internet Files, Click on Delete Files. This will clear your browser's cache.
  • Under History, Click on Clear History. This will clear the pages you've recently visited.

Clearing History & Cache Files in Netscape:
  • In the menu, click on Edit.
  • Click on Preferences.
  • In the left-hand column, Click on Navigator and then on the right side Click on Clear History. This will clear the pages you've recently visited.
  • Underneath that, Click on Clear Location Bar. This will clear the list of sites in your browser's location bar.
  • Back in the left-hand column, Click on Advanced. Click on Cache and then Click on Clear Disk Cache. This will clear your browser's cache.

Clearing History & Cache Files in AOL's Browser:
  • In the menu, click on My AOL.
  • Click on Preferences.
  • Click on the WWW icon and then under Temporary Internet Files Click on Delete Files.
  • Then under History click Clear History.

Cover your email tracks:
  • Be sure to delete any outgoing and incoming emails
  • Change your email password often
  • Print all threatening and harassing emails to use as evidence of criminal activity. Do not handle the situation alone - contact the police for help.

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