East Imperial Magic Browser Recovery 3.5 Multilingual

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East Imperial Magic Browser Recovery 3.5 Multilingual
East Imperial Magic Browser Recovery 3.5 Multilingual All Editions | 21.6 Mb
Discover Web browsing histories in all major Web browsers! Magic Browser Recovery finds and recovers deleted browsing history records, and helps analysing user's Internet activities by providing access to existing and cleared browsing histories.

Features and Benefits
Browsing history recovery
Recover cleared browsing history;
Access history records even if the browser database has been physically deleted;
Analyzes the entire hard drive, including the file system, allocated and unallocated data blocks;
Content-aware analysis discovers browser-related records even in corrupted and incomplete files.
Online activity analysis
Extract user's logins and passwords;
Discover social network activities, accounts and credentials;
Access user's search and browsing history - even in Incognito mode;
Perform comprehensive analysis of user's online activities in multiple Web browsers.
Access to Cleared Browser Histories
No matter if you cleared Web browser history, deleted a user account or uninstalled the Web browser, Magic Browser Recovery will help you recover the records. The tool will scan the entire hard drive via low-level access, discovering and displaying all supported Web browsers that you have ever used on your computer, and recovering their browsing histories - even if they are no longer available.
Recovers Deleted Files
More often than not, it's not just a browsing history database that is cleared - it's the whole bunch of files being physically deleted. If this is the case, no other tool can help but Magic Browser Recovery!
Magic Browser Recovery scans the entire hard drive including the file system, allocated and unallocated data blocks in order to discover deleted browsing history databases. Once a Web browser database is detected, Magic Browser Recovery automatically recovers (undeletes) the file, analyzes the database, extracts browsing history records and displays them so that they are easy to view.
Recover Private and
Incognito Browser Sessions
Unlike similar tools that extract information from Web browsers based on existing files found in the file system, Magic Browser Recovery analyses information from individual data blocks on the hard drive. This allows our tool to find and recover deleted files, and extract valuable data from broken, incomplete and even partially overwritten browser databases.
As a result, you'll be able to see which Web sites were visited even if the user cleaned their browser history or used the Incognito mode.
More than Just History
Magic Browser Recovery can recover more than just Web browsing history. Bookmarks, saved forms, addresses, phone numbers, logins and passwords are automatically extracted and displayed. By accessing the user's logins and passwords, you might be able to review their communications in social networks, their activities in chats, forums and online games.
Online Activity Analysis
With Magic Browser Recovery, you can conveniently analyze the user's online activities. The tool reconstructs, categorizes and filters online activities in social networks, Web sites and search engines based on the user's browsing history records.
You'll be able to discover which sites and individual Web pages the user accessed during a given period of time, how much time they've spent, what Web searches they ran, and so on. You'll be able to discover the number of times a certain page has been opened, which resource they came from, and when was the first time the user opened a certain page or Web site.
Powerful filters are available in instantly discover Web sites that belong to certain categories. For example, firing up the "gambling" filter will discover all gambling-related Web pages opened by the user.
Operating System:Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, 10
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