20 September, 2006

New Browser Appears to Offer Real Privacy

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, tools, White solutions at 7:16 pm | Permanent Link
[Reader writes…] Yesterday, Browzar – an Internet browser – was launched. Browzar is said to be “a tool specifically designed to protect users’ privacy by not retaining details of the Web sites they’ve searched.” Hence no caches, histories, or cookies. I am trying it out, and it is a very simple browser. You can download it in silver or black. There are no bells and whistles, and certainly no tabs as with Mozilla Firefox – which still remains my A-1 browser. I’m sure many users can make good use of privacy browsing.

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  7. 5 Responses to “New Browser Appears to Offer Real Privacy”

    1. New America Says:


      THAT browser is loaded with spyware/adware.

      You can accomplish the same goals by telling firefox or opera to delete all cookies on closing. This is in tools – options in firefox, AND tools – preferences – advanced in opera.

      New America!

      An Idea Whose Time Is HERE!

    2. Joseph Says:

      Browzar is a sham. Itz an ie wrapper that does nothing ie doesn’t already do.

    3. New America Says:


      this one look good.

      New America

      An Idea Whose Time Is HERE!

    4. Lutjens Says:

      Torpark is awesome. Thanks!

    5. Mary Says:

      Oh good, another great idea for our “boys” to hide their cheating materials from us on the internet.

      Let us praise the internet. Such a fine place, it is.