I am working on a set of web pages. Security will be very important. The web pages normally get cached in "Temporary Internet Files". I have seen web sites which cause the pages to temporarily appear in the cache and then disappear! I can see the pages in the cache as I load the pages but when I move to a different page on the same site it "deletes" the previous page. When I exit the browser all the pages are gone (except .gif's) - no .html pages are in the cache! The site does not seem to download any ActiveX controls or anything unusual. I have a feeling they are using some "trick" to break the caching process.
I am familiar with the normal browser/caching process but this doesn't seem to fit any of the usual scenarios.
Anyone know how this is done?