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If something fails to provide security it is said to be insecure.

So what would something be which fails to provide traceability?

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Perhaps you are looking for untraceable

incapable of being traced or tracked down; "an untraceable source".

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How about untraceable?

(body must be at least 30 characters)

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Generally, if you find that you are not meeting the 30 character limit, you probably haven't provided enough information for a good answer. One thing that you could do to help flesh out your answer is address why you think "untraceable" is a good fit for the asker. – called2voyage Aug 13 '13 at 12:54

Untraceable for sure with reference


unfindable with reference

reference 1

reference 2

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If you are using a long article or similar as a reference, please quote the relevant sentence in your answer to avoid the need for others to read through or search your quoted source. – TrevorD Aug 13 '13 at 12:25
@TrevorD..yeah you are right but when I'm using this technique my answer downvoted..and asked me for reference so I directly give this type of reference.. – Java D Aug 14 '13 at 4:48
You can always amend the answer. – TrevorD Aug 14 '13 at 11:40

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