Do websites you have been to appear on your internet bill?
Hi, my idea is that it's a form a browser-hijack. I suggest you try cwshredder.exe, you can find it at: http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/downloads.HTML or directly: http:/…/www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/files/CWShredder.exe Taken from the website: "The latest and greatest nuisance on the Internet, the browser hijacker that won't stop, the Trojan from h**l.. name it what you want, but fact is that a company naming itself 'Coolwebsearch' (CWS) is producing a quickly growing strain of trojans that exploit a hole in the Microsoft Java VM, and change your homepage. And by changing your homepage, I mean lodge itself onto your system in almost two dozen different ways, change your start page, search page, search assistant, redirecting you to p**n sites from other p**n sites or even search engines, popping up p**n ads and sometimes even carrying a payload. " When that happened to me I had a backdoor Trojan and had to wipe my hard drive and re-install.
No, Internet bills will not show what websites that you havevisited during the month. Internet bills only show the monthlyusage.
most likely google
The only up-to-date recorded number is 500. With new stores openingand closing daily, an exact number is not known. An estimate couldbe above 100,000 worldwide.
This website is one of the best.
A charter bill that comes to your house does not show the web sitesthat a person visits. This bill only shows the services that youare purchasing for the month.
No because it will encroach the privacy law.. Were you on websites you shouldn't have been on?. lol, just messin with ya.
No. The ISP can track and often do track your internet traffic (for the purpose of advertising & for legal reasons). However, none actually print your activity on your bill. … BEWARE: if an ISP receives a court order to turn over data, they can and will turn over your web history for as long as they keep records (often around 3 months)
It's simply '.de'.
This depends on which browser or program you use to view the internet. You most likely have Internet Explorer, symbolized by the blue "e", so in this case this is because yo…ur homepage settings are incorrect. Go to Tools > Internet Options. If you are still unsure, I can show you how to do this via a screencast, please contact me by clicking my name to get to my profile, then clicking the link to my website, then clicking contact us.
No, it only shows data usage (in MB/GB) if anything.