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I periodically clean my browser history, but after a while website entries begin to appear in it that I’ve never actually been to. This is a question I get relatively often, and it’s usually nothing to worry about. Of late I’d also call out “Foistware” – the software that often appears on your system unexpectedly after installing something else. It’s possible your browser may simply be doing a good job protecting you.
Some of these sites look quite disturbing, and are not sites that I would ever go to. Spyware often works by forcing your browser to go to places you would never go.
If you suspect your signifigant other might be using a dating site or app, there are a few ways to confirm your suspicions.
You'll need to check their phone for common dating apps, conduct a Google search using personal details like their email address, and, if necesary, create test accounts on popular apps and sites to see if your signifigant other is returned as a potential match.