Google Searches now Encrypted?


Google has announced some few changes in the way we search on the internet. If you are signed into your Google account, Google will encrypt every search that you make on their search engine. What this means is that no one will be able to see what you search for on the web. This is a privacy feature and will only apply whenever you are signed to your Google account. If you don't have a Google account the feature doesn't apply. Of course there are ups and downs here but the major ones concerned are the SEO giants.

On October 18th, Google announced that from now on, all the users logged in to Google, shall be redirected to Google secure search.
This means that Google will use encryption for searches that users perform when they are logged in to Google. SSL (Secure socket Layer) shall be used for encryption. Google’s secure version was launched long back, as far as last year. But this implementation for signed in users shall start now.
Google Searches now Encrypted? [technorati.com]

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