Posts Tagged ‘private browsing mode’

Attention: Firefox 15+ Private Browsing Mode Broken

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

If you’re in the habit of using Firefox’s Private Browsing Mode, you might want to check this out …

Firefox’s private browsing mode is a special mode of the browser where no information about visited websites are recorded in the browser or on the computer. That’s great for a variety of purposes, from shopping for presents to accessing contents on the Internet that you do not want other household members to know about.

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Ghost Incognito, Automate Private Browsing In Chrome

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Here’s an interesting Chrome extension that you might find useful if you work on public PCs or if you’re just concerned with security …

I’m not using private browsing modes that web browsers like Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome and even Internet Explorer offer. The core reason is that I’m the only user on the PC so that it is not necessary to protect my privacy using private browsing sessions. Plus, I delete my browsing data at the end of each session anyway. The situation is different on public PCs, work PCs and other shared computer systems as it is usually a good idea to protect your privacy from the prying eyes of others. Sometimes it may even be essential to avoid the leaking of work secrets or other confidential data.

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