Websites Browsing Privacy and Privacy Mode
When user visit a website the Web browser stores information such as browsing history, images, videos and text within cache. Services like Google+ or Facebook can log any website you visit with their Like or +1 buttons on third party websites, if you are logged into their network. Malicious browser extensions could log your passwords or manipulate sensitive information from browser storage or sites you visit.
Incognito Mode for Secure Surfing
Incognito Mode is the private browsing features of Google Chrome browser that prevents the browser from permanently storing any history information or cookies from the websites visited. The Incognito Mode can be enabled so that the browser does not store this information for selected browsing sessions. This allows a person to browse the Web without storing local data that could be retrieved at a later date. The privacy mode will also disable the storage of data in cookies and Flash cookies. Chrome extensions are inactive in the Incognito Mode, which give more security for 'paypal.com' and your online-banking sites.
Automatically Open Websites in Incognito Mode
In Google Chrome browser user can manually open a new Window or Tab in Incognito Mode to star the private browsing. If you frequently visit some specific website like Paypal, eBay, Amazon or your online-banking sites in Incognito Mode then “Incognito-Filter” will be a handy extension for you. Incognito-Filter allows you to set specific website address and whenever you visit those Incognito listed websites, Chrome will automatically always open them in Incognito Mode.
There is an advanced auto Incognito option that allows you to add RegExp to open all websites with that (e.g. “/^https:///” for “https”) expression in a new Incognito Window. Enter facebook.com or accounts.google.com into Incognito-Filter’s website list to open these pages in a save Incognito Window and stop those services from hijacking your surf history.
Auto Incognito-Filter for Google Chrome