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I swiped right, Viewing sensitive data cached in your Safari browser.

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By using multi-gesture trackpad along with Safari browser in MacBook Pro, one can view sensitive data which is cached in your Safari browser.(Note:This is not a back button browsingvulnerability)

I figured out this issue while playing around with Safari browser, looks like the most recent activity of any authenticated or un-authenticated website is stored in the cache of Safari and by taking the advantage of multi-gesture trackpad we can retrieve any or all information about that activity.

Looks like Apple provides a feature in trackpad which allows users to swipe between the pages or applications. It also allowsyou to tap, swipe, pinch, or spread one or more fingers to perform useful actions but seems they forgot to add some security measures in this.

Steps to reproduce:
1. Open Safari (v12.0.2 (14606.3.4) was used in this case)
2. Login to any dynamic website (I’ve used www.gmail.com)
3. Perform your dynamic activity
4. Logout (But don’t close your safari browser)
5. Now...(continued)

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