I honestly have no idea why it’s on my history, and it has ruined my relationship

I honestly have no idea why it’s on my history, and it has ruined my relationship

You should stop going to that website …..I would simply block it. I have helped several friends clean their machine after visiting that particular site.

On his Droid Razor Mobile phone’s google chrome history it appears he joined a Matrimonial Dating site for Muslims (he is one) and there are what look like searches of some of the profiles and chats

I’ve observed the converse, i.e. that some sites that I’ve been to don’t get added to the history. The includes some Ebay pages but the really obvious one is Google. At one time the pages associated with all my Google searches were added to the history. This doesn’t happen any more. Is there an option that I don’t know about that has been switched?

so in my partners phone browser history was a mobidateing…..more than once apparantly browser history rekons the site was visited there was no difference between that link and the other sites he visited ie, colour and of course he denies this and im currently pregnant and find this very upsetting can anyone help and shed some light on this please!!

I’ve had to do this for several porn and dating sites, and even twitter, facebook, and more

I just had a horrible experience. My girlfriend went through the browser history on my phone and found an entry for Yahoo login. I don’t have yahoo, and never logged into Yahoo.

If you are signed into Chrome on those various computers it will sync the browsing and history. And also a good lesson that if you are asking a question about a computer it’s essential to include some information about the system and programs you are using.

So my husbands computer history keeps showing that he is visiting some girls page on Facebook. He’s not friends with her on his page and says he doesn’t know her. He denys it adamantly and I want be believe him, but something just doesn’t add up. https://www.hookupdate.net/de/tastebuds-review/ A guy he knows that works on computers said it could be a bot. What do you suggest?

Months ago I confronted my husband about the many dating sites I found he was on and wanted to know if he was only looking or actually having physical affairs. I love him and wanted to save our marriage. He has been dishonest a lot in the past so I have randomly checked to see if he has really stopped the sites. He said he didn’t. He doesn’t know how I know the info. Could it be via pop-ups? I have little computer knowlege. I do know his phone is highly protected from malware etc. How do I know if these searches mean he is lieing to me again…if so, he is probably taking a secret second wife. I am a Christian, refusing to convert to Islam. He has been angry about this for a long time. My contact with the outside world is very limited. I have children to protect too. How concerned should I be?

I, my friend have had very similar experiences with my current husband for the past few years. However, after discovering on MeetMe that he actually was seeing some one else, I figured out different ways to check up on all the dating, porn and any other questionable sites to find out what he was up to. Unfortunate for me, I was horrified. First off, create an alternate e-mail account separate from your normal one, of course with a fictitious name. Do the same with the site in question (a lot won’t allow searches until you are a member). Of course only do this with those with free sign ups. Search for your husband’s name and see if he comes up. Be prepared though… things can get graphic and quite ugly. To be honest, mortifying. We are currently in counseling for this as I confronted my husband on all of these matters. Luckily, my husband isn’t the violent type, so use discretion if you are to confront him. I don’t know your situation. Good luck and best wishes. I hope you prove your suspicions wrong.

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