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#1 christina2014


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Posted 01 October 2014 - 08:39 AM

Need to pull up erased browser history


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Posted 01 October 2014 - 08:42 AM

Plz help me to figure out how to pull up erased browser history

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Posted 01 October 2014 - 02:12 PM

Hi Christina2014,


Can you expand please on exactly what it is your are trying to do?

The" pull up" you mention.... can you amplify this please ? 

You haven't mentioned the browser you are working with?

What operating system are you using?

What method or application was used to delete material?

How long has it been since material was deleted?

Has the disc been used since the material was deleted?...( risk of ove-rwriting etc)


Are you trying to find and or analyse forensically, material that has been deleted from your computer?


If this is the case, the forensic examination, including the use of a dedicated forensic machine, write blockers and use of Linux based recovery tools is not one to undertake lightly, however using  Free Tools such as Helix  and Autopsy may provide what you need. Commercially available software is also available, but these applications tend to cost in the the thousands rather than hundreds....


Autopsy free version available from here:



Helix details available from here:



It is sometimes possible to download a free version of Helix 3, but the above link should be sufficient for you to know if this is the sort of application that you are seeking



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