Topic: Secure caching mechanisms, and font list
Love Epic, am currently trying it as my default browser. I have two suggestions.
First, Epic could cache the web. All it needs is a cache that randomizes cache lookup times to within a Gaussian distribution of return times from the web server(s) in question. This could be a togglable option, but would make cache timing browser fingerprinting hard while still reducing network traffic.
Secondly, Epic needs better protection against browser fingerprinting. Go here:
Epic still fingerprints pretty well. Disabling plugins or setting them to click-to-run improves the situation quite a bit, but it still looks like Epic leaks quite a bit of information about time zone, installed plugins, etc. There should at least be options to conceal this information.