This question already has an answer here:
- How to clear bash history completely? 8 answers
I'm using screen command after ssh to a public remote machine with Ubuntu 14.04 so that I could continue my sessions whenever I want. I've found that some admins are tracking my command history and they have access to my screen sessions too. I know that I can clear my bash history commands by removing .bash_history file in my home directory but couldn't find a way to clear my screen sessions' command history too.