Aobo Filter for Mac Gets Around Private Browsing
Private browsing is a web browser mode that turns off your browsing history, and prevents your searches and downloads from being logged. It will not store web forms data you enter, won’t remember passwords, and won’t create cookies.
Aobo Filter for Mac is the only software for Mac OS X that logs web history in private browsing mode.
“Incognito mode” in Chrome, “Private Browsing” in Firefox and Safari all strive to do the same two things: make it impossible for users of the same computer to figure out which sites the browser has been used to visit, and make it impossible for sites to know whether or not a particular user has previously visited them.
To keep browsing private from other users of the same machine, browsers must discard (or avoid creating) any history entries, cached items, cookies, and so on. To prevent sites from being able to track visitors, the browsers must ensure that they don’t send any cookies or other identifiable information from non-private sessions when in private mode.
However, browsers’ Private Browsing protection becomes imperfect when it runs into Aobo Filter for Mac. One of notable features of Aobo Internet Filter for Mac is the Web History Recording. This feature will completely log website visits in any browsers for Mac, even if the Private Browsing is activated.
Mac-savvy kids and employees may make use of Private Browsing to hide Internet activities. However, with Aobo Internet Filter Mac, parents and employers will easily find out what websites have been accessed.
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