Secure browsing, without installing anything

Subject: General Tech | August 31, 2006 - 11:30 AM |
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The next time you find yourself browsing on a pubic terminal, the creator of Browsar hopes you will use his program to keep your surfing secret.  A tiny download that overlays IE, and deletes any cookies, passwords or autocomplete information you may have left behind.  The Inquirer has a link to this little program, perhaps a way to avoid identity theft.

"A NEW WEB browser that does not store cookies or other possibly-personalised data, claims to offer a

safer way of surfing.

The makers of Browzar reckon the free download, which hitches a ride on Internet Explorer, is ideal

for use or shared machines. like those in cybercafes or libraries. "

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Source: The Inquirer
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