Discussion in 'other software & services' started by guest, Jun 24, 2012.
I feel like this has happened before when other browsers were implementing similar features? Feels familiar.
Bollocks! I mean gosh! I hope this doesn't mean another impromptu upgrade, I've just fixed Firefox on my notebook & it's now back as my default browser.
HTTPS or HTTP, the page they were viewing could have been beyond a login and therefore contain something the user considers sensitive. I don't know how common it is for no cache directives to be used when serving login and post login pages, or to what degree that would affect this behavior of Firefox. I suppose one shouldn't rely on that anyway.
Ah, good to read What was the problem?
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