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May a CD/DVD I created on my PC tracked back? Answered

Does a CD or DVD created on my PC/notebook contain any traces of me. Is it possible to find who created a CD/DVD

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frollard

9 years ago

The government uses spies and sneaky techniques to find out what brand of milk you drink. From there it's only a matter of time before they find your DNA and cross reference it to the record on each movie you pirate.

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orksecurity

9 years ago

Note that the other answers assume there's nothing recognizable in what you put on the CD. And that you've removed non-digital evidence. Note also that these answers are subject to change without warning, as the manufacturers and publishers negotiate with each other.

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bugmenoa

9 years ago

The only thing linked to a CD is the device that burnt it. Not your computer, just the CD/DVD burner.

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Bartboy

9 years ago

Yes, but all they get is the serial number.

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Joe Martin

9 years ago

I think nero may make logs while your creating the dvd and burning it but when it has completed unless you choose to view the log file it is deleted. I don't think there's anything to worry about really.