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Author Topic: Warning - your iPhone exposes your exact punt locations  (Read 13528 times)

Offline ladyofthemansion

A guy that I see was caught yesterday. He was with me for 90 minutes at a hotel yesterday and she tracked that on his I phone. She had caught him texting me in the past. He called me yesterday in case she calls me. He is using the excuse that he came to tell me that he didn't want to see me anymore. I so hope she believes him.

Offline itk

Thanks for the heads up. I have a cheap punting phone, but my everyday phone is always with me. I'll need to remember this for Monday. Thanks again.

My punting life beautifully shown up on maps. I'm on Android and I hate Google even more now if that's possible.

Offline ladyofthemansion

If lady is in a hotel you could maybe get away with saying you were there having lunch/dinner if that hotel has a restaurant or bar.

I so hope she believes his story that he came to tell me he couldn't see me again but how will he explain that it took 90 minutes????

I have consistently declined the offer of a smartphone by my employer on the grounds that I am a luddite and don't want to know how many e mails I've got in my inbox when I'm enjoying the sunshine somewhere.When I hear my employer could see where I'm getting my leg over in the firm's car / time, I'm happy as I am with my "dinasourphone" thank you

Me too, particularly the more I read of this thread.

I mentioned this to colleagues at work this morning (without the punting background). Almost all the guys started work on their phones to disable location tracking. The girls weren't bothered. I wonder what that tells us???

Offline Pete ---

good article on lifehacker on this subject today, with tips on disabling and clearing cache etc

http://lifehacker.com/psa-your-phone-logs-everywhere-you-go-heres-how-to-t-1486085759

I have an iphone 5s now, does anyone know how to delete the history on the internet browser. Every time i type in U, it comes up UKP. Could be bad for me in the future..

Offline knightrider007

Has anyone joined mumsnet to offer girls £500 per hour for a fuck? I bet some who hate hookers would take us up on the offer, i really do.

None there are worth more than a fiver, but my point is they have such double standards it is priceless reading their bile.

Offline GrumpyoldGit

The best I can do is:
Go to settings / safari and scroll down to clear history. Also clear cookies and data.
You can also turn on do not track.
As a last resort go to advanced / website data and scroll to the bottom to remove all website data.
It looks as if this has to be done manually as I can't find a setting for browsing in private.

HTH

Offline Pete ---

I have an iphone 5s now, does anyone know how to delete the history on the internet browser. Every time i type in U, it comes up UKP. Could be bad for me in the future..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Boi8ugn7zEY

Does anyone know whether there's an equivalent privacy issue with BlackBerry phones? I didn't see them mentioned in the Lifehacker article but that doesn't mean much..

Offline PuntingPete

I have an iphone 5s now, does anyone know how to delete the history on the internet browser. Every time i type in U, it comes up UKP. Could be bad for me in the future..

It's easier just to use 'Private Browsing' in the first place, then when you close the page those pages do do appear in your history nor will it second guess which site you are trying to open.


Offline GrumpyoldGit

How do you set it to private browsing in IOS 7?
I can't find a setting anywhere.

Offline ParisB

don't forget the spot light function on iPhone as well this will bring up loads of stuff you thought you had deleted  i.e.  texts messages, contacts, emails  search history  ect unless you disable the function for these particular apps on the spotlight function itself 

i know of two guys that have been caught out by there partners from the spotlight function on iPhones

 

Offline StevenS

don't forget the spot light function on iPhone as well this will bring up loads of stuff you thought you had deleted  i.e.  texts messages, contacts, emails  search history  ect unless you disable the function for these particular apps on the spotlight function itself 

i know of two guys that have been caught out by there partners from the spotlight function on iPhones

What's that??? I've done the rest of the deletion.

Offline PuntingPete

How do you set it to private browsing in IOS 7?
I can't find a setting anywhere.
Open Safari, click www on the address bar then press the middle of the screen & drag downwards. You should see the word 'private' at the bottom. When it's highlighted it's in private browsing mode (tap on private to switch on & off). Be careful though, the word private is still visible but if it's not highlighted it's not in private mode.


Offline Barry Shipton

What's that??? I've done the rest of the deletion.

Good point Paris - got a shock when I was searching a couple of years back and emails and notes I thought were long deleted or from accounts I wasn't logged into suddenly popped up.

Hopefully your Mrs won't by randomly typing 'Cumguzzling Ho' into your phone but the search is that good if she just types 'cu' those old emails or texts will appear.

Go to Settings/General/Spotlight Search and you will get a list of apps it searches - by default they are all on. So you might want to untick the ones which could be embarrassing like email, notes or contacts.
« Last Edit: December 20, 2013, 12:27:31 PM by Barry Shipton »

Offline Barry Shipton

Open Safari, click www on the address bar then press the middle of the screen & drag downwards. You should see the word 'private' at the bottom. When it's highlighted it's in private browsing mode (tap on private to switch on & off). Be careful though, the word private is still visible but if it's not highlighted it's not in private mode.
Another option is to use a different browser - there are loads of free or cheap ones in the App Store - and keep Safari 'clean'.

There are big ones like Chrome which also has a private function or ones like Atomic or iCab where you just adjust the settings to not keep any history and as soon as you leave the app - if you quickly need to press the Home button to clear the screen - it defaults to a blank screen when you open it again so no signs of what you were looking at.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Boi8ugn7zEY

Don't forget settings/general/about/diagnostics and usage/data and
Settings/safari/ - do not track should be selected - choose advanced too - website data  :scare:

Offline carlisle78

Don't forget settings/general/about/diagnostics and usage/data and
Settings/safari/ - do not track should be selected - choose advanced too - website data  :scare:

That website data one is a huge problem with Safari - why bother having a clear history when it still saves all that incriminating evidence?
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Offline Dani

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A guy that I see was caught yesterday. He was with me for 90 minutes at a hotel yesterday and she tracked that on his I phone. She had caught him texting me in the past. He called me yesterday in case she calls me. He is using the excuse that he came to tell me that he didn't want to see me anymore. I so hope she believes him.

why the hell did he give his wife his log in details on the first place.  To know he was with you she must have the iphone tracker but she would need his log in details to access his whereabouts.  anyone who is punting and is married is bloody stupid to allow his partner his log in details so she can track him.  Sorry but he deserved to be caught if he was that daft.
No one should have your log in details to apple and to give them to your partner when you are playing away is way past idiotic.

Offline Barry Shipton

why the hell did he give his wife his log in details on the first place.  To know he was with you she must have the iphone tracker but she would need his log in details to access his whereabouts.  anyone who is punting and is married is bloody stupid to allow his partner his log in details so she can track him.  Sorry but he deserved to be caught if he was that daft.
No one should have your log in details to apple and to give them to your partner when you are playing away is way past idiotic.

And if you are that stupid, err sorry trusting, or you think they may know your password then at least remember to either disable tracking in settings or switch to Airplane mode during the crucial hours so you are invisible.


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