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No browser history of a suspected webiste, privacy concern

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OS: Windows 10 (Japanese) (updated) Firefox version 84.02 (64-bit) (updated) Drivers (updated)

I got an email from a reputed PDF OCR software and scanner company as usual for winter sale. I decided to buy the software and click the BUY link in the email. On the website I entered required information and when clicked the process button unexpectedly on the next page I was supposed to fill in my Credit card password which was strange and I left the website before leaving did left the chat message "why do you need password".

After a while I checked the Firefox browser's history and surprisingly there wasn't any history of that website. So, question is when I was not using Private browsing then why there wasn't web history? Do you think it is technically possible?

Any guidance will be appreciated. Thank you.

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There should be some history for that time window if you look chronologically. Unfortunately, Firefox only shows the latest visit to a site so if you went back to the URLs, you won't see the site listed at the earlier time.

There is a program that can read out Firefox history request by request, it's very detailed, so you can get a more complete picture of that time period.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mozilla_history_view.html

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jscher2000, thank you for the reply I appreciate that. I used MZCacheView and found some entries. I looked at the properties of the entries but I do not know all that stuff is. There are total 9946 entries.

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