2 min read

"Private Browsing" - A high level view of what it does and does not do!

Private browsing saves you from local privacy threats, like if someone gets physical access to your machine.

💡What Private browsing does

Private browsing saves you from local privacy threats, like if someone gets physical access to your machine.

Private browsing saves you from local privacy threats


💡What Private browsing does not do

Private browsing does not make you anonymous - your IP address is always logged by the website you visit! Your geo-location is known.

Private browsing does not make you anonymous - IP address is always logged by the website


💡What Private browsing does not do

Private browsing does not make you anonymous - your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and your network admin know what you are browsing!.

Private browsing does not make you anonymous - ISP knows what you are browsing


💡What Private browsing does not do

Private browsing does not make you anonymous - you always leave behind a unique browser/digital fingerprint!

Private browsing does not make you anonymous - you leave behind a digital fingerprint


💡What Private browsing does not do

Private browsing does not protect you from malware!

Private browsing does not protect you from malware


💡What Private browsing does not do

Private browsing does not block adverts! Targeted 3rd party tracking, however, is difficult.

Private browsing does not block adverts