Browzar promises privacy-proof surfing

Thursday, 31 August 2006, 12:20 AM EST

The new Browzar internet browser is promising users a way to surf the internet while disclosing a limited amount of personal information.

In an attempt to protect the privacy of its users, the application doesn't store a history of previously visited websites and cookies. nor does it maintain a cache or offer to auto-complete online forms.

At vnunet.

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