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Old 09-10-2021, 18:36   #48
Rillington
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Re: http - how secure is it?

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Originally Posted by Paul View Post
Most browsers cache files, so technically, yes, you are downloading content.

Thats different to choosing to download specific files though.
Thank you for the reply Paul, and that is what I thought.

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Originally Posted by heero_yuy View Post
Don't forget that just visiting a site and doing nothing else can execute scripts on your PC that may be harmful. It's why I run a script blocker to control that sort of content.
Makes sense, and it's why we need security software to help keep the nasties away.
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