Firefox and safe deleting tracks.

Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by mjau, Oct 29, 2009.

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  1. mjau

    mjau Registered Member

    Jan 11, 2009
    Hi i was wonder when using firefox latest version or any really and you set it to not store history and passwords and so on, then temporary files still must be written when you surf the internet. How can i safe delete those, with like DoD or something, i guess firefox just delets it when it closes but it dosent safe delete it.

    Any software for safe deleting for win7 that can track the files up, i dont wanna use clear empty space all the time.
  2. Seer

    Seer Registered Member

    Feb 12, 2007
    Hello mjau.

    "Clear empty space" is certainly an overkill.
    You could set Firefox NOT to delete it's cache, and then use an external program (say CCleaner, portable version to keep it simple) with DOD, NSA or Guttman.
    You can set CCleaner to delete only FF cache if you wish.
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