Adobe Flash 10.1 supports InPrivate Browsing feature of IE8

By activating InPrivate Browsing in Internet Explorer 8 users could navigate to any website they wanted without the browser keeping any sort of data as to the locations they visited, against the default behavior of all browsers ‘to store information including cookies, favorites, temporary Internet files, history, form saved data, passwords etc.’ that makes it […]

By activating InPrivate Browsing in Internet Explorer 8 users could navigate to any website they wanted without the browser keeping any sort of data as to the locations they visited, against the default behavior of all browsers ‘to store information including cookies, favorites, temporary Internet files, history, form saved data, passwords etc.’ that makes it possible to re-trace the browsing history. IE8’s InPrivate Browsing mode made sure that no data would be collected from browsing sessions. “Adobe Flash version 10.1 now supports the IE8 InPrivate feature. When you browse to a site with Flash, it can store “Flash Cookies”, which are files created by Flash that websites can use to store data. Now, just like your IE history and cookies, these Flash objects will be deleted when you close your InPrivate Browsing window,” revealed.