Adobe Flash Begins to Respect Private Browsing

There’s been some recent news regarding the insecurity of web browsers’ Private Browsing feature and how not so private it really is.  A big culprit leaving a trail on your computer are Flash cookies which are stored and governed outside of your browser settings.  I previously wrote about Flash cookies and the Flash control panel in this article.

To the relief of all pr0n addicts, Adobe has finally realized they’re holding up true private browsing and starting with Flash 10.1 they’ll begin to respect private browsing mode when enabled in your browser.  Read more here.

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