Google to make Chrome's Incognito mode more secure
New Delhi : Privacy concern is not new and people who prefer to stay secure opt for Incognito mode on Chrome than regular browsing, taking care of the concern, Google will soon be releasing a new update.
Google Chrome's private browsing had been baring sites and applications from tracking you but only with loopholes. Platforms such as Stack Overflow are flooded with tips and tricks to bypass Google Chrome’s restrictions in the incognito mode, reports 9to5Google.
Taking an action, Google is all set to make browsing in the Incognito mode more secure.
According to 9to5Google, Google is planning to drop an API called FileSystem. This API is mostly used for creating temporary or permanent files. The API can create permanent files after exiting the incognito mode. The company is now working on a virtual file system for Chrome’s incognito mode using the device’s RAM. This will enable an end-to-end privacy mode for Chrome users.
The new feature will be released to people in next Chrome 74 update.