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Microsoft is investigating claim that private mode Edge stores visited pages
Microsoft is investigating a report of a security researcher which Edge browser from Windows 10 saves while browsing in InPrivate mode pages visited. This would be still out are what pages a user views in the private mode.
Microsoft confirms not directly, the problem but says it “wants to resolve this as quickly as possible,” according to a statement which gave the company to tech site The Verge. The site says the problem at least partially reproduced to have specialist knowledge and without having seen a visited page after the session was closed.
The discoverer, Ashish Singh, wrote a few months ago, various tracks Edge seems to leave at InPrivate browsing. The purpose of this mode is correct that there are no traces to be found, so the user can browse without having to worry about is making that details can be found on the PC.
Microsoft introduced Edge as the successor of Internet Explorer in Windows 10 last summer. IE because Microsoft has not taken as a basis, the software maker is still working on adding features to the browser. There has to be from this year, support for extensions come in Edge.Viewing:-194
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