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#1 2018-02-05 20:00:24

Spy114
Guest

Data forensics?

On the home page, the browser claims to be the only browser to delete browsing history. So how well does it do against data forensics? No major benefit to this browser if it doesn't do so well against it over firefox

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#2 2018-03-26 22:44:12

alok_epicteam
Administrator

Re: Data forensics?

There are many more privacy protections in Epic vs. Firefox.  Epic doesn't at present provide a lot of protection against data forensics, mostly because even if it were in RAM, say, there are still files that would get into the OS cache (e.g. pagefile.sys), etc.  So it's difficult to have a strong solution against data forensics, but there are some other software tools you can use to remove a lot of the forensic data.

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