#3103 [Advices] Add rules for browsers settings in order to protect user private information leak

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    Recently, there have been news about illegally obtaining browser history records in China, possibly due to big data analysis. This kind of information collection is mainly for you to make accurate advertising push on the web and its client. I checked some of the default monitoring locations controlled by application control and found that there is no relevant protection location, so I hope the product can update this default rule base in order to protect our private information stored in browsers. This enhances the scope of protection for the browser. 



    Actual result:

    No protection

    Expected Result:

    For firefox: Add rule for "*.sqlite" location in '%APPDATA%\Mozilla\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*\ *. sqlite.

    For Chrome: Add rule for "history and " location in ‘%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\*’

    Screenshot about the rules: https://photo.weibo.com/2119758890/wbphotos/large/mid/4600173843458514/pid/7e58f42agy1gn97rvqwl5j21bj0ovdib


    System Settings

    Operating system: Win 10, x64

    System: Any

    Product: KTS

    Product Version: 20.0.0.+

    Language: en-US

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