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Secure Google Search!
Scared of snoops finding out what you're searching for on Google? Have no fear: the comany has introduced encrypted search which gives the user the option to use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) to prevent packet sniffing which in turn could reveal user's searches on the site
"We think users will appreciate this new option for searching," Software Engineer Evan Roseman said. "It's a helpful addition to users' online privacy and security, and we'll continue to add encryption support for more search offerings."
Encrypted Search Comes to Google - PCWorld
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