Continuing his series about the Safari Web browser’s genesis, Don Melton has published a post about how he and his team kept the browser a secret from server logs. “Even though we operated the project like some CIA black op — with loyalty oaths and all — we couldn’t let Safari be “Safari” when we used it on the Apple campus network,” Melton writes. So the team disguised the browser as Internet Explorer and a Mozilla browser.

[Source: Don Melton]