Do you really want to browse privately? Suppose you are browsing some thing that you shouldn’t in office work. You may feel easy after erasing all the history of your browsing staffs in that computer by clearing the private data from the browser you are using. But don’t feel so easy. There is still remained some data in your computer by which your office boss can easily catch you.
Tip: Check out how to Transfer Important Bookmarks To Another Browser.
When you clear the private data from your browser, actually all the information are not removed. When you open a site then actually you are requesting the IP address of that site. This IP is cached in the DNS cache for quick access of that site in future even if you are browsing by private browsing session. You can see the cached IP addresses by the command ipconfig /displaydns.
The DNS cache remain unaltered if you clear all the private data from your browser.
So you may think that now you are ready to fool your office boss because you can easily clear the DNs cache by typing the command ipconfig /flushdns. No! you are wrong! The records are still in your computer.
The secret flash cookies will open out all you secret browsing records. There is a cool Firefox extension to clear the flash cookies. But I recommend CCleaner that allows you to clear all private records including the flash cookies. It is an awesome tool to clean your private data regardless of which browser are you using.
Download ccleaner and run it. Don’t forget to check the “Adobe Flash Player” option under the Application tab.
Now you can clean out all the DNS entries, Flash cookie cache and browsing histories just running the ccleaner. For your convenience of use you can automate the action of ccleaner by creating a simple batch file.
Open notepad and paste the following line there.
"C:Program FilesCCleanerCCleaner.exe" /AUTO ipconfig /flushdns
Save that file as .bat file extension. You can give any name of the file (e.g Cleanprivatedata.bat).
Now just run the batch file whenever you want to clear your records from the browser.