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Fingerprint File: cache-control.fdb (last update: 06/13/2008)

The Cache-Control general-header field is used to specify directives that must be obeyed by all caching mechanisms along the request/response chain. The directives specify behavior intended to prevent caches from adversely interfering with the request or response. These directives typically override the default caching algorithms.

1Amaya 2.1no-cache
2Amaya 4.0max-age=259200
3Amaya 4.1no-cache
4Apple QuickTime 7.4.5no-cache
5Apple Safari 3.0.4max-age=259200
6Beonex 0.8max-age=0
7Commoncrawl CCBot 1.0no-cache
8Flock 0.4no-cache
9Flock 1.2.1no-cache
10HotJava Browser 3.0no-cache
11Java 1.4.2no-cache
12Konqueror 3.5.5no-cache
13Konqueror 3.5.9max-age=259200
14MOSBookmarks 2.6max-age=259200
15Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0max-age=259200
16Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0max-age=43200
17Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0max-stale=0
18Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0no-cache
19Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0max-age=259200
20Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0no-cache, max-age=259200
21Mozilla Firefox
22Mozilla Firefox
23Mozilla Firefox
24Mozilla Firefox
25Mozilla Firefox
26Mozilla Firefox
27Mozilla Firefox
28Mozilla Firefox
29Mozilla Firefox
30Mozilla Firefox
31Mozilla Firefox
32Mozilla Firefox
33Mozilla Firefox 3 Beta 3max-age=259200
34Mozilla Seamonkey 1.1.4max-age=43200
35Netscape Navigator 7.2max-age=259200
36Opera 9.00no-cache
37Opera 9.20no-cache
38Opera 9.21max-age=259200
39Opera 9.27max-age=43200
40Opera Mini 8.01max-age=43200
41Searchme Charlotte 0.9tmax-age=259200
42Sony Ericsson T608no-cache
43W3C Validator 1.575max-age=0
44httprecon 3.3no-cache
45httprecon 3.4no-cache

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