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Browzar browser promises complete privacy

Posted on Sunday, September 03 2006 @ 07:07:38 CEST by

Edit: Watch out with this program. People have discovered that it's not a real browser but an addon for Internet Explorer. It looks like it doesn't protect your privacy any better than IE and it's full of adware.

A new web browser called Browzar was released earlier this week. Browzar promises complete privacy by not leaving any visible trace on the computer you are using.
Browzar is free, it only takes seconds to download and you don’t even need to install it, so you can download Browzar time and time again, whenever and wherever you need it to protect your privacy.

  • No browsing history, stored files, or cookies
  • No embarrassing search auto-complete
  • No installation. Just click ‘run’ and go
  • No registration required
  • You can download it over here.


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    Re: Browzar browser promises complete privacy
    by Anonymous on Sunday, September 03 2006 @ 11:29:41 CEST
    People may want to take a read of this first:



    Basically, It does none of the above mentioned things.


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