Forensic implications of a person using Firefox’s “Private Browsing”

This blog post is the final in a three part series that discusses the privacy modes of the three major web browsers and what implications they have on digital forensics. You can see the original post for Internet Explorer here, or Google Chrome here.

In this post, Lance Mueller of Magnet Forensics will briefly discuss Firefox’s “Private Browsing” feature. One of the key statements in the Private Browsing description in the Mozilla product page is “Private Browsing allows you to browse the Internet without saving any information about which sites and pages you’ve visited”

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