Secure Browser

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by JacK, Mar 24, 2003.

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  1. JacK

    JacK Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Secure Browser No Trax (shareware 10 $)
    NoTrax Features
    NoTrax is a Stand Alone Internet Browser.
    It comes as a single EXE that is 100% independant of other systems being installed.
    No need for Internet Explorer or any other external systems apart from the Operating System.
    It does not run on top of any other browser
    No information is written to the Registry. NoTrax does not use the Registry. No Index.dat to worry about.
    No information is stored randomly on your Hard Drive.
    Erases the Cache after each browser session using secure deletion methods.
    Erases Cookies after each browser session using secure deletion methods.
    Cache is encrypted using Blowfish Encryption - helpful in the event of PC crash.
    Erases History Files after each browser session using secure deletion methods
    No Application Logs are created.
    Recycle Bin is not used.
    Supports SSL (Secure Socket Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security). Root Certificates are built-in.
    NoTrax does not run the following:
    Spyware - Dangers of Spyware
    JavaScript - Dangers of Browsing Javascript
    ActiveX - Dangers of Browsing ActiveX
    Runs on 9x, ME, NT, 2000 and XP.

    More info and d/l : http://www.heidi.ie/NoTrax/default.asp

    JacK
     
  2. root

    root Registered Member

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    Interesting, but I need to control my cookies, not wipe them out every session.
    Also, I use several sites that require JS and as you know, Outpost allows me to control JS.
    If they make cookies and JS an option, I might be tempted to check it out.
    Always did like programs that don't put ten thousand entries in the registry. :D
     
  3. JacK

    JacK Registered Member

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    Hi Root,
    Running OP Pro too and mainly Opera without JVM and IE6SP1 when Java needed (incompatibility SUN JVM with my online bank). I just need some permanent cookies for some sites (less than 20)
    This little browser is really fast for current surfing when you don't need java nor javascript)
    Rgds,
     
  4. Patrice

    Patrice Registered Member

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    Hi guys!

    I started to use IE6 again. Yes, indeed. I know that it's buggy, but I installed Proxomitron besides. I have to say, since then I have full control of what my browser is doing. What do you think about this tool. I guess, you know it as well:

    http://www.proxomitron.org/

    Further info: German users have the possibility to use an updated version of Proxomitron with more rules.

    http://www.buerschgens.de/Prox/

    Best regards!

    Patrice
     
  5. Mike_Healan

    Mike_Healan Registered Member

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    Really interesting except for not rendering javascript. Still, this makes a good alternative for when you need to go somewhere and prefer to keep the boss from snooping into it.

    Is the trial a full trial? Or crippleware?

    It looks like they doubled the price since the first post?

     
  6. Mike_Healan

    Mike_Healan Registered Member

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    Bah.... That's not worth 20 bucks. Whatever it does with its cache, it is horrible as a browser and I can't see people paying for this.
     
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