New answers tagged data-leakage
I assume you are using Windows? If so, I'm wondering if the embedded SE algorithm is oblivious to the Windows Volume Shadow-copy Service (VSS). In other words, some Windows application sends a delete/erase command to SSD and the SSD firmware thinks it has deleted all the files, when in fact there are duplicates available, due to faulty windows originated ...
The specifics will likely depend on your passport's originating country. Let's assume you're not actually British and instead have a US passport. Mine has the following information: Pretty clear picture of my face First, Middle, and Last name State of Birth Birthday Passport number The adjacent page also contains a signature line, so depending on what ...
Google Chrome has a Sync feature that synchronizes browsing history, configurations, bookmarks, etc. between Chrome browsers using the same Google Account. You've very likely used your Google/GMail account when starting Google Chrome the first time on both computers. You can change the sync settings on your home computer and disable the items you don't want ...
You have probably Signed-in to the Chrome web browser. In case you did, Chrome does sync history, tabs, extensions and other stuff, which might be the reason why you are experiencing this?
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