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vettegofast

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Hey guys. About web browser cache......I check banking, credit cards, etc. online. These sites use SSL 128bit encryption. Should i still clear the cache after i use these sites? Its on my own PC (not a public place) and i dont have any malware or anything running on it. Thanks.
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Any secure sites set up properly will log you out automatically after so long and, in an ideal world, not cache at all. Internet Explorer can be told not to cache pages, though whether it actually listens is another matter.

But if in doubt, not a bad idea to trash the cache.
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