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OS 10.5 - invisible files accessed by apps


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Is there a utility or procedure that can monitor an application when it starts up to determine exactly where it's putting all its stuff on my computer? Most specifically, I'm referring to 'invisible files' that contain my personal information entered during the registration process for that app. I'd like to be able to look at those files to learn *what else* has been saved/cached/transmitted.

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