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I want to open a web page which i could see in safari's history offline. At-least i want to get the html contents out of it.

It would be of great help if anyone could help me do it.

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Are you able to access the page on the internet right now? If so then I suggest browsing to the page and issuing a File, Save command:

safari browser: file, save

If you need to extract the page from the cache while you are offline, try

C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Apple Computer\Safari

it is in a cache.db file which is apparently a SQlite database.

Info on how to pick apart this file is at

http://forensicsfromthesausagefactory.blogspot.com/2010/06/safari-browser-cache-examination-of.html

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Thanks for your reply, The cache.db is there only for past 2 days. I want to retrieve data from the cache 20 days back. I take backup of my system using time machine backup, but sadly even time machine backup excludes the safari cache directory. Is there any way? – Julius Canute May 16 '11 at 4:10
    
Do safari create save-points where we can rollback to? – Julius Canute May 16 '11 at 4:54

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