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I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, like it does with cookies?

So iI guess my question is how vulnerable your history in your browser is for outside attacks. Is it private  (only viewed locally) in most cases?

I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, like it does with cookies?

So i guess my question is how vulnerable your history in your browser is for outside attacks. Is it private(only viewed locally) in most cases?

I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, like it does with cookies?

So I guess my question is how vulnerable your history in your browser is for outside attacks. Is it private  (only viewed locally) in most cases?

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I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, just like it does with cookies?

And if that is the case,So i guess my question is it possible to makehow vulnerable your history in your browser is for outside attacks. Is it private and offline (not shared with anything onlineonly viewed locally). in most cases?

I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, just like it does with cookies?

And if that is the case, is it possible to make your history private and offline (not shared with anything online).

I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, like it does with cookies?

So i guess my question is how vulnerable your history in your browser is for outside attacks. Is it private(only viewed locally) in most cases?

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I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default  (cookies and history wiped after every session). Which, which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody butexcept you should have access to it? Or or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, just like it does with cookies?

And if that is the case, is it possible to make your history private and offline  (not shared with anything online).

I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default(cookies and history wiped after every session). Which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody but you should have access to it? Or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, just like it does with cookies?

And if that is the case, is it possible to make your history private and offline(not shared with anything online).

I've been using Aviator secure browser for a while which insists that you run private mode by default  (cookies and history wiped after every session), which makes me wonder how secure the history is in other browsers? Is it really necessary to wipe your history since nobody except you should have access to it or does your browser share your history with sites you visit, just like it does with cookies?

And if that is the case, is it possible to make your history private and offline  (not shared with anything online).

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