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Safari can also protect against the installation of unwanted software. When you download new software through Safari and go to run it for the first time or install the software, you will receive a message alerting you that the software was obtained through Safari. At the alert screen, you will be told that the software is an application downloaded from the Internet. You ll also be asked whether you re sure you want to open it. Here you will be able to click Show Web Page, which will open the site that the software was downloaded from so you can view the source. You can also click Cancel here, which will not open the software, or click Open if you do indeed want to open the software. One of the most dangerous things you can do on your computer is allow rogue software applications to be installed. This feature, which is available only in Leopard, will help you protect against unsolicited software being installed on your system.
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Clearing out all of the caches, history, downloads, and cookies on your system keeps prying eyes from finding them. However, this can be annoying because it may require you to reenter passwords for some sites, which, if you re like the rest of us, you may have forgotten. Clearing this information will also reset the history information, thus clearing out your autocomplete functionality for recently visited and nonbookmarked web sites. You can reset Safari at any time by selecting the Reset Safari option in the Apple menu. On the Reset Safari screen, select which saved information you want to delete (see Figure 5-2). Clearing all this information is not necessary, though, so feel free to be selective with what you delete. We typically prefer to stick to the following for most systems: Clear History Empty the Cache Clear the Downloads Window Remove All Website Icons Clear Google Searches Close all Safari Windows
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If you are a network administrator in charge of web browser security, there is a handy free utility called the Safari Toolkit (available at MacFixit.com among other download sites) that will allow you to not only customize the look and feel of Safari but also to secure the browser for individual users. If, in customizing the browser, you decide to remove any buttons that might affect security, consider setting the security options before removing those buttons. If, as a user, you see any differences between our web browser screens and your own, ask your organization or browser distributor whether any changes were made using the Safari Toolkit and check what settings are being used on your system image.
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Firefox is a free, cross-platform, graphical web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation with contributions from thousands of volunteers all over the world. Before its 1.0 release on November 9, 2004, Firefox had already garnered a great deal of acclaim from numerous media outlets, including Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. Now in version 2.0, Firefox has become more widely used than almost any other browser on the market, in large part because of the security features built into the browser (and because it isn t a hacker-targeted Microsoft product). For example, Figure 5-3 displays the rather powerful encryption features found in Firefox features you re hard-pressed to find as easily configurable in other web browsers.
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Figure 5-3. Firefox encryption features
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One of the most compelling features of Firefox is the speed with which it is able to display pages. Luckily, the developers did not trade speed for security. This is made evident by reviewing the privacy features built into the web client (see Figure 5-4). Firefox gives users an impressive wide array of features, allowing users to get pretty granular about what they want their browser to do and not to do. Clearing private data in Firefox is much like the Reset Safari feature with the exception that it enables you to select which items in the browser will be reset. Remember, though, if you choose to reset your private data, you risk losing the information stored in the browser such as passwords, preferences, and autocomplete entries from previously viewed web sites. To clear private data in Firefox, click the Tools menu and select the Clear Private Data option. This option opens the Private Data screen (as shown in Figure 5-5). On the Private Data screen, you have more options than you had with Safari, and you can select exactly which of the options you want to reset. Selecting the Cache check box doesn t remove all caches, and traces can still be found of images and pages visited. Visit ~/Library/Caches/Firefox/Profiles in order to see whether there is any data left in your cache rather than assuming it was all cleared.
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