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Leave no trace with Firefox

Firecookies Windows logs every website you've ever visited via Internet Explorer in a hidden file stored deep in your PC. Firefox is much less intrusive, but it still does store some data on your web movements.

Over at Propellerhead, there's advice on how to minimise the data held by your Firefox browser, in particular through the cookies held on your machine.

If you are worried about your privacy, the straightforward advice at Propellerhead might ease your concerns.

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Posted by modculture on January 27, 2006 in Computers | Permalink


Are you serious?! Who the hell uses Internet Explorer anymore!

If you are not using Firefox, Safari, or Opera, you seriously need your head examined.

Only losers use explorer now.

Posted by: Liam G | Jan 30, 2006 1:23:51 PM

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