Is there any software that keeps track of the content of USB Devices I connect to my System? I have several (~15) USB-Sticks and I can't remember were I put certain files/pictures etc. Using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.
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does zeitgeist track web sites visited? the documentation says that it does, but I can't see if it does where it reports it. If I look in the "activituy journal" all I see is the locally viewed files not websites. And if it is tracking them, what does it acutally track? does it track what I type like passwords and such?