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[quote=guenter] [quote=JH] The only files K-meleon creates are cookies.sqlite and pemissions.sqlite. It could create index.sqlite for offline cache, but nothing else. Passwords and forms storing is made in other filetypes. So K-meleon or mozilla is not guilt at all. Did you know Google apps, such as Chrome, uses sqlite files too? For sqlite inspection I recommend the 1.3 version. It is more stable than that beta. Old, but reliable. http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlitebrowser/files/sqlitebrowser/[/quote] 1.) Yes, about the same score here. My K-Meleon 1.6 beta created webappsstore.sqlite additionally. Probably used by my Yahoo account for storing data locally. That makes three SQlite files total, here in my K-Meleon 1.6.beta's profile. My Firefox created it its profile folder: addons.sqlite, chromeappsstore.sqlite, content-prefs.sqlite, cookies.sqlite, downloads.sqlite, extensions.sqlite, formhistory.sqlite, permissions.sqlite, places.sqlite, search.sqlite, signons.sqlite and webappsstore.sqlite. Some of these Firefox SQLite files seem potential privacy give aways. If they are not protected or purged after each browsing session. What I also considered annoying with the original post was, that "WE" seemed to have found formhistory data. And that "WE" did not say in which profile the "insecure" data writing occurred. ccleaner does not support K-Meleon by default, so I suspected wrong attribution of the findings. 2.) No I did not know that about Google Apps. But using data bank format for such storage seems state of the art. 3.) Thanx for the link. Greetings to Spain[/quote]
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