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#1 2015-10-31 10:45:42

Epic browser v/s Chrome incognito mode

Can you tell me what are the features Epic has and Incognito does not, and vice versa?


#2 2015-11-09 10:05:03


Re: Epic browser v/s Chrome incognito mode

Epic actively blocks thousands of data trackers. 
Epic has a built-in encrypted proxy which can encrypt your data so your ISP / government / company can't see it. 
Epic has removed all google tracking. 
Epic deletes your DNS cache on close -- if you're browsing in incognito mode, your browsing is easily visible even after you close that incognito window via the DNS cache. 
Epic blocks fingerprinting tracking like via canvas image data and webrtc calls which can leak your IP address even if you're on a VPN or our encrypted proxy. 
Epic blocks add-ons except for a small set of trusted add ons in our webstore -- so Epic is protected from rogue add ons which can install without your knowledge and both track you as well as steal your passwords in a browser like chrome. 
And there's even more...:-)


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