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Hey there Folks! I've just downloaded googles new browser and think that it absolutely kicks some ass!! Can someone knowledgeable double check that this browser has its own cookies/ browsing history, downlods and that it doesn't share it with IE or Firefox, i'd like to use it instead of firefox but im afraid to get linked cause i do most of my casual browsing on IE and use Firefox for Ebay since they got their own cookies and everything. You should all try it out, i bet you'll like the browser!
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Browsers dont share cookies, when you install them they create their own directories to save the information.
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Some browsers that work on top of IE do share cookies. I even have an offline downloader that uses microsoft OCX's and they give a useragent that isn't IE, but it shares cookies with IE.

Question is, does google's browser patch up all the javascript vulnerabilities like right mouse click disabling and how javascript can give you nonstop messageboxes (not popup windows) that never go away until you go into task manager and forcibly close the browser's process? Probably these are still vulnerabilities.
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Tried google chrome, it's not too bad, but firefox is much the better alternative IMO.
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