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New web browser from Comodo - Comodo Dragon

Comodo, the leading online security company, has released a web browser based on Chromium called Comodo Dragon. It encompasses all of the best features of Google Chrome plus strong security and privacy features.

It looks similar to Google Chrome and gives Comodo's unsurpassed security and privacy features (as per the release note).

Features of Comodo Dragon:

  1. Improved Privacy over Chromium
  2. Domain Validation technology that identifies and segregates superior SSL certificates from inferior ones
  3. Stops cookies and other Web spies
    Prevents all Browser download tracking to ensure your privacy
  4. Incognito Mode Stops Cookies, Improves Privacy

Comodo Dragon will run on Microsoft Windows 7, as well as Windows Vista and XP. Download Comodo Dragon (20Mb).

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