Defining the SafeBrowser

What is the SafeBrowser?

Providing security on the web is virtually impossible without accounting for the main tool used to communicate with the web: your web browser. You can’t expect to have a private conversation on a phone that’s been tapped, just as you can’t expect to have a private transaction in a browser that may be compromised.

The SafeBrowser is an encrypted browser that is integrated into SafeCentral SafeDesktop to ensure completely private and safe web interactions.

If you have Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome installed on your computer SafeCentral SafeDesktop will install an extension into your web browser that will suggest which sites you would want to launch in the SafeBrowser. When browsing in your regular browser you will receive a plug-in alert which will suggest the launch the site always in SafeBrowser. Note the default setting once you click continue is to always show the specified website in SafeBrowser.


Once you exit your secure SafeBrowser session SafeCentral SafeDesktop will show the window below once back in normal Windows mode.


Alternatively, you can manually launch SafeBrowser by clicking the black deskband to launch the SecureDesktop and select the SafeBrowser icon.




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