OK... Let's get down to it...
Before we go any further, we must do a bit of houskeeping. In order for this to work, we must tidy your cache up a bit. Now, before you say "But hang on a cotton pickin' minute! This isn't much of a hack if you have to get us to prepare our machine for it...", bear in mind that for demonstration purposes we want this to work EVERY time. In the real world, it would probably work 50% of the time anyway, and since the hacker's end is passive, all he has to do is sit back and wait for the connections to start coming in.
Right. Got that?
Fine. What we need to do is set your cache up...
Go to the MSIE View pulldown menu, and select Options...
Now select Advanced. About halfway down the dialogue box is a section called 'Temporary Internet Files'. Choose the 'Settings' button. In this dialogue box, there are two things we need to do:
1. Check you are using the default location. This will be 'C:\WINDOWS\Temporary Internet Files' on Windows 95, or 'C:\WINNT\Temporary Internet Files' on WinNT. If it's not either of these, then move it to the appropriate location, or give up now, 'cos it ain't gonna work.
2. Hit the 'Empty Folder' button, and confirm deletion.
Good. Now, that didn't hurt too much, did it? So... are you sitting comfortably? Then please CONTINUE.
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