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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     02 July 2010

Does e-mail ID remains in the computer?

Does e-mail ID remains in the computer? if so can it be stollen from the computer?



 4 Replies

Bobby Mani T (Lawyer)     02 July 2010

The e mail id and password will be stored in the computer if you clik the chek box "remember" So never clik this box if you are using a computer which has got access by any other person

RAMESH KUMAR VERMA (pursuing company secretary course)     02 July 2010

agree with boby g,

Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     02 July 2010

I agree with above opinion also for comlete protection you may delete the browsing history and select 'everything'. Then Every details will go.

B K Raghavendra Rao (Senior Advocate)     04 July 2010

When you say computer, it is only hardware like monitor, keyboard, cpu etc.  It will not be stored in the computer. e-Mail ID means the address of the person in cyberspace.  Unless you reveal your ID to others they would not know about your e-Mail address and they would not be able to communicate with you.  Your password is what matters.  If others come to know of your password, they can open your e-Mail box in cyberspace or the data of the e-mail stored in your hard disc when you browse.  It can be stolen by certain theft softwares called keyloggers. As you go on typing your password to open your e-Mail inbox, the thief would be recording the same in his computer by using the keylogger stealthily fixed in your e-mail.


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