Short Bytes: Microsoft Edge browser made a lot of hype before setting in the steps in the internet browsing market. Microsoft Edge was thought to be more secure, faster, light-weight and many more features were also integrated with it like Cortana Assist, Reading List and the new InPrivate browsing mode. According to a new research, the browser might be storing your private data even in the InPrivate mode.
This table can be of great help to a hacker who might be able to reuse a user’s browsing history, whether in Private Mode or not.
Edge is not the only browser to run into this problem. There have always been reports of a violation of private browsing modes in Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer. Local attackers have been able to exploit the vulnerability through a number of attacks.
Looks like Microsoft is aware of the problem and one of their spokesperson say-
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