It is a widely known fact that the internet has changed a lot of our lives. Now we can be a lot more connected with other people and we can do all sorts of tasks just by being online. In the course of doing all those things we also supply a great deal of personal information. We might not see anything wrong with that but if those information get to the wrong people, it may not be so harmless anymore.
Let me paint this picture more clearly. In every instance that we visit a website or download a movie, details of that visit gets stored in our computer.
Because they are placed in folders that are hidden from us, we really have no way of finding which files are included or how to delete them.
Let’s say you are drafting an application letter for a loan or what have you, when you are done with the file, you delete it straight up.
We can even go further as to remove them from the recycle bin. But especially when you are sharing the computer with other people, they can still retrieve that file from your hard disk.
What do you do then to make sure that all your deleted files stay deleted? The answer is quite simple: you only need to install an evidence eraser.
What an evidence eraser is to completely scan your system for files that you have stored in your computer consciously or subconsciously.
What it does next is to remove those files from their folders and sub folders. Sub folders can even be shredded to ensure total removal of files.
Evidence eraser software can also check other internet related folders such as your web history, deleted download history and media history to make sure that information you input while browsing doesn’t get used by other people.
With the rise of identity theft cases, there is an imperative need for us to start guarding all the information we release while using the computer and making sure that none of those information reach other people.
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