Way to auto clear safari cache, cookies?

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  1. Goldcoin

    Goldcoin New Member

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    It gets on my last nerve that even after closing a page in the browser, when I reopen Safari old pages pop up again! Also there is an obvious concern over pricacy. The last thing I want are tracking cookies following me around or somebody getting a hold of my iPod and going through all my crap. If anybody knows something where I can have cache and cookies auto cleared upon exit or at least an sbsettings toggle please let me know!!!
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    cotton509 Banned

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    close the tab when ur done or lock ur ipod after settign a passcode
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Uh, no? Just go into settings> Safari, and all the things you requested will be there.
  4. Goldcoin

    Goldcoin New Member

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    I already close the windows before leaving safari, but as soon as I reopen Safari they come back.

    So ya that doesn't solve my problem.

    On my PC I can set Firefox to automatically delete everything (cookies, cache, history, etc.) upon closing the browser.
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    Read his post... "after setting a passcode"
  6. olivia679

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    I also hate that! I tried using another browser from the app store but since safari is the default browser I wish there was something in Cydia to close pages on the exit.
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    There is a reset safari sbsetting toggle.

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