Privacy has a cost with new Secure Web Browser

A new web browser has hit the market and aims to provide you with the most secure internet experience possible. The e-Capsule Private Browser has been developed by Enterprise Information Security Systems and Technology (EISST) and, according to the company, it keeps your information secure using encryption. Information such as passwords are kept encrypted and hidden within the browser and not stored anywhere else on your system.

"Unlike other internet browsers, there is no data exposure to the operating system even while using the software," said Corrado Ronchi of EISST.

The browser is intended to leave no "footprints" on your PC, by not installing temporary files or modifying the registry in any way. "Encrypted data storage and anonymity guarantee privacy and security. The encryption protection is seamless and has no impact on the computer's performance," Ronchi said.

However, it comes at a cost. The e-Capsule Private Browser costs £20, but there is a free trial download, which lasts for 14 days. The price is likely to be off-putting to surfers, as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Netscape and Safari are all free to download.

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