These entries relate to application cache.
HTML5 introduces application cache, which means that a web application is cached, and accessible without an internet connection. Application cache gives an application three advantages:
|Archived||This is a Google Chromium based artefact which relates to archived history entries stored in the Archived History database (Chrome v1 - 36).|
|Autocomplete Predictor||This is a Google Chromium based artefact which relates to autocomplete network action predictor entries stored in the Network Action Predictor database.|
Google Chromium based browsers allow autofill profiles to be saved so that forms can be quickly filled in from a drop-down list of saved profiles.
This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact. The BackgroundTransfer API enables advanced download and upload transfer capabilities within an app. See the following for further information:
|Bookmark||This entry relates to a bookmarked web page or site.|
|Bookmark Folder||This entry relates to a folder for storing bookmarks. Most browsers allow the user to store their bookmarked pages in a folder hierarchy.|
|Bookmark Separator||This entry relates to a bookmark separator item. Some browsers allow the user to manage bookmarks by adding separators to help distinguish different bookmark categories from each other.|
|Bookmark Tag||Mozilla Firefox allows the user to categorize their bookmarks by adding tags to help identify them.|
|Cache||This entry relates to an item which has been cached. A cache is a repository for stored data that is used to expedite the process of retrieving data. Caches are used to speed up the browsing process so that data does not have to be fetched from its original location every time a page or cached object is requested.|
This entry relates to a cookie.
A cookie is the term given to describe a type of message that is sent from a website to a browser when browsing a web page. If the server requests that the message persists, it is stored by the browser. When the user re-visits the page, the browser sends the message back to the web server to indicate the previous visit.
|Credit Card||Google Chromium based browsers allow autofill credit card information to be saved so that forms can be quickly filled in from a drop-down list of saved credit cards.|
This is a 360 Browser cross-domain cookie artefact.
|Daily||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|Dependency Entry||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|DOM Store||Web storage and DOM storage (Document Object Model storage) are web application software methods and protocols used for storing data in a web browser. Web storage supports persistent data storage, similar to cookies but with a greatly enhanced capacity and no information stored in the HTTP request header.|
|Download||This entry relates to applications and files which have been downloaded via the web browser.|
|Favicon||A favicon, also known as a shortcut icon, web site icon, tab icon or bookmark icon, is a file containing one or more small icons associated with a particular website or web page.|
A favorite entry for the Internet Explorer/Edge browser relates to a Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge bookmark.
The Opera browser artefact relates to a favorite entry stored in the favorites.db database (Opera v15 - 32).
|Feedplat||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact relating to RSS feeds.|
Most browsers can save information every time the user fills out a form so that the next time they access a form, they will see a drop-down list of options to choose from.
|History||This entry relates to a standard history visit.|
|History Provider||This is a Google Chromium based artefact which relates to possible omnibox autocomplete entries taken from the user's history stored in their History Provider Cache.|
This is a Mozilla based artefact which relates to host entries from either the user's history or bookmarks.
|IECompatCache||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|IECompatUA||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|IEFlipahead||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact. Flip ahead allows the user to explore their favourite websites like they would browse a magazine.|
|IETldCache||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|Leak||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact. Leak entries relate to cache or cookie entries that have been scheduled for deletion and have not yet been removed by the cache scavenger.|
|Logged In Predictor|
This is a Google Chromium based artefact which relates to logged in predictor entries stored in the Network Action Predictor database.
|Master||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact. Master entries relate to master history entries.|
|PrivacIE||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|Reading List||This relates to a Reading List entry. During a browsing session, if the user identifies a page to be viewed at a later date, they can add it to a Reading List.|
|Reading List (View)||This entry relates to page which has been added to the Reading List whilst in Reading View mode. Reading View mode allows the user to view a page in a clutter-free, reader-friendly view.|
|Redirect||This entry relates to server-side redirects.|
|Resource Prefetch Predictor|
This is a Google Chromium based artefact which relates to resource prefetch predictor entries stored in the Network Action Predictor database.
|Server Credit Card|
|Sign On Disabled|
|Stash||This is an Opera v15+ artefact.|
|Top Site Removed|
|TravelLog||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|View Source||This entry is generated when a user views the source of a web page (normally by right-clicking on the page and selecting view source).|
|VLink||This is an Opera browser related artefact and represents a visited link.|
|Weekly||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|
|Wpnidm||This is an Internet Explorer/Edge browser artefact.|