What about the actual program? That will still be on there, and most of them do keep logs.Originally Posted by x.Cloud
That'll work, but who would want to waste that much for a single file.Or buy a new harddrive, install windows, upload the file, and destroy the harddrive, or cheaper install a live version of linux on a thumbdrive or cd-rom, after your done, destroy the cdrom.
What gives you that idea?The mac address cant be traced to that extent since not all the sellers keep track of the mac addresses.
Paypal transactions.Go on ebay, find somone that sells 100cards a day, they trace it up to him, hes like i dunno i sell 100 of these a day and i dont keep track of the addresses i sell too people.
They could get you for the torrents then. Also, all routers do keep logs, but how many logs it keeps are dependent on the router.Not all routers keep logs, if they were, they'd need a couple terabytes because im sure my routher dosn't have 7 years of history recorded on every packet that went trough it. Im pretty sure that log would be larger then a terabyte since ALOT of packets go trough, when i torrent ~16million packets for a 24 hour session.
Yeah...Even if they had a log what would it tell you.
Wireless internet connection esablish to mac address xx:xx:xx:xx
xx:xx:xx:xx uploads packets x 1000000
It would tell you who connected to it, and since it's an IP address it's traceable.
Meh, knowing Windows, that's probably logged too...Ok they have your mac address, whopp dee doo.
They have my spoofed or temporary mac address which is not in existence anymore.