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Security firm claims Apple was storing ‘deleted’ Safari browsing data in iCloud

Security firm claims Apple was storing ‘deleted’ Safari browsing data in iCloud A Russian cybersecurity company has claimed that it can retrieve “deleted” Safari browsing data from iCloud.Elcomsoft, based in Moscow, which makes forensics software, said that it’s possible to find a list of your supposedly deleted Safari browsing habits stored in iCloud for over a year.

Apple fixed a bug that accidentally kept your cleared browsing data on iCloud

Apple fixed a bug that accidentally kept your cleared browsing data on iCloud Apple has fixed a bug that was inadvertently storing users' cleared browsing history on iCloud.Vladimir Katalov, CEO of security firm ElcomSoft, recently told Forbes that he discovered browsing history dating back as far as a year on his iCloud account—despite having cleared it.

How to clear your browsing history on your iPhone or Android device

How to clear your browsing history on your iPhone or Android device It’s not just your browsing history, which lists all the websites you’ve visited, but also temporary internet files and cookies.More: How to back up, speed up, and clean up your iPhone or Android device Temporary internet files and cookies can pile up over time, however, and they will slowly eat away at your smartphone’s internal storage if you don’t manage them.

How to turn on private browsing on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device

How to turn on private browsing on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device Most browsers have a Private Browsing mode designed to prevent your browser from doing a couple of things.It will also prevent your browser from saving any cookies the website may want to save on your smartphone or desktop.

Google is ramping up MacOS protection in Safe Browsing to combat malware

Google is ramping up MacOS protection in Safe Browsing to combat malware Safe Browsing, Google’s in-browser warning system, has announced a number of new updates to help protect against malware in MacOS.According to a blog post on Wednesday, Safe Browsing is turning its attention to two common browser abuses — ad injection and manipulation of Chrome settings.

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New law repeals ISP privacy rules that would limit sale of users’ browsing data

New law repeals ISP privacy rules that would limit sale of users’ browsing data President Donald Trump has signed off on the repeal of legislation designed to limit internet service providers’ capacity to retain and sell users’ browsing history.The legislation was designed to prevent both home and mobile internet providers from sharing their users’ browsing history, app usage, and other private information without their consent, according to a report from Ars Technica.