It’s been deemed as controversial by some and others simply refer to it as “porn mode” however, here at TechEd, with all of the CommNet as public as your details on Facebook, there’s no better time to utilise a feature of IE 8 than the present:
InPrivate browsing. With this, your trails are hidden from the next user. In just a random survey of a few (more than the fingers on two hands) CommNet PC’s I’ve tried this morning, if I open the history (CTRL + H), I can see who’s been checking mail and what else has been happening on EVERY machine I’ve tested. Not very security conscious I must say attendees!
Next time you use the CommNet or a kiosk PC, think twice before using the already open browser, close it and use the jump list (you do know what that is, right?) to start IE in InPrivate mode and cover your tracks and history!