Archive for February 15th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Feel like someone is watching you? The folks at Hidden Reflex, maker of the Epic Privacy Browser, think you probably are being watched, or more precisely, tracked. The Epic Privacy Browser is built on top of Google’s Chromium, and is specifically designed to provide as much privacy as possible, without making the web unusable or slow for the end user.

Epic Privacy Browser: Tom's Mac Software Pick
Image courtesy of Hidden Reflex

The Epic browser keeps no history, no web or DNS caches, no third-party cookies, no password saving, no extensions, and no pre-fetching. When you use any of the popular search services, Epic uses a proxy to ensure that search engines cannot track you by IP address. And when you close Epic, all of your browsing data is automatically cleared.

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