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USB Switchblade - Copy "Temporary Internet Files"?


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Hi guys, I'm trying to figure out how to write some code for the go.cmd that will copy all files from "Temporary Internet Files" and the various index.dat files and store it back on the flash drive.

Here's what I wrote for the Temporary Internet Files:

xcopy "C:Documents and Settings%username%Local SettingsTemporary Internet Files*.*" Documentsiecache

If I alter it to use a different directory it works fine. Do I need to do something special to copy from that particular folder? Thanks!

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I don't need their passwords though, I'm mainly interested in proving that this particular person has visited some "innappropriate" web sites before.

My mother in law is getting married to a loser in a few weeks, but if I can provide evidence of previous pr0n activity then it will hopefully get the wedding called off. pr0n ruined her last marriage so I hope to catch it before the wedding this time.

I need any evidence I can gather incase he has deleted his history. Thanks!

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I don't need their passwords though, I'm mainly interested in proving that this particular person has visited some "innappropriate" web sites before.

My mother in law is getting married to a loser in a few weeks, but if I can provide evidence of previous pr0n activity then it will hopefully get the wedding called off. pr0n ruined her last marriage so I hope to catch it before the wedding this time.

I need any evidence I can gather incase he has deleted his history. Thanks!

ok , again this can be done useing the switchblade , (go ahead and try my last updated non u3 version)

here's a preview of someone's log i cought on a lanparty ....

(i'll pull out the passwords)

note that he had a dutch version of windows so it says it all in dutch ....

Pagina's bezocht op - means pages visited on

*his-log-* note this kid is only 12

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Thanks, but I do already have it setup to swipe the history. I'm not THAT much of a n00b :)

I'm just afraid this person may have cleared their history so I'm trying to gather evidence that's not so obvious to delete for a computer illiterate person.

My code will actually copy stuff from the hard drive, but just not those particular folders. Are the "Temporary Internet Files" protected or something?

Thanks again!

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