posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:06 PM
reply to post by VonDoomen
If you are genuinely looking to prevent any traces of you being available get yourself a USB device that supports a micro SD card (the really tiny
ones) - about 8gb should be fine.
Download the Ubuntu image as said and install the image to your USB device using
Universal USB Installer
ensuring that you select the persistence option
- Persistence allows data to be stored/written/edited on the USB device as if it was your hard drive.
You can then boot from your USB device using any computer and have your operating system along with any installed programs or history etc... from any
computer that can boot from USB.
Worst comes to the worst then you just pull out the SD card and flush it down the toilet/eat it/hold it under a lighter....
You have to be aware though, that while this will ensure there is no evidence of your movements on any computer in your home anything you do on the
internet is still traceable via your IP unless using a, and check!, anonymous VPN service that DOES NOT KEEP LOGS.
edit on 28-8-2012 by budengland because: (no reason given)