Description from the Publisher
Whether you're a computer forensic professional or you just want to investigate what web sites someone has been visiting, the Web Cache Illuminator makes the task much easier. Just point and click to the web cache folder and it will create a meaningful list that not only displays all the file names in the cache; but, more importantly, displays the title given by the web page's creator. It conveniently searches the computer system for usual web cache folders so you don't have to, and you can use its handy View/Delete Wizard to delete an entire cache folder, or only selected files.
The presentation is shown in a browser so that you can view the file list with a browser and actually see first-hand what any of the pages look like. It also features the ability to sort the list by title or date, or to filter graphic and/or binary files.
The Web Cache Illuminator will enhance any investigation of online activity because, in an attempt to hide their activity, people often delete their browser's history list -- but they will forget (or do not know how) to delete the browser's cached files. With the Web Cache Illuminator, you can look at those cached files and shed considerable light onto their contents. If you have ever tried to look at the cached files with a web browser or a file explorer, you know how useless the list is: basically you only get the file name, size, and other data not descriptive of the contents. This program gives you much, much more information, and it displays it both neatly and succinctly.
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