12 Rules For Safer Internet Use in 2018

Search Encrypt/ October 17, 2018

Achieving any semblance of privacy when using the internet can feel like an impossible task. However, by making a few minor changes to how you use the internet you can make big progress in your online privacy journey. These 12 steps won’t guarantee your

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Search Encrypt Uses SSL To Protect User Data

Search Encrypt/ October 15, 2018

Search Encrypt is a privacy based search engine, so we use the best advanced data security features that we can to protect your data. We even go beyond the level of security that SSL provides. Our search engine includes “Perfect Forward Secrecy”, which means we’ve

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How Does Search Encrypt Work?

Search Encrypt/ October 15, 2018

Search Encrypt is a private search engine designed with privacy as its core value. Search Encrypt protects your privacy by encrypting your search terms, expiring your search history and using advanced SSL encryption. We’re sharing a bit about how we encrypt your searches and,

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Privacy May Be Blockchain’s Best Application

Search Encrypt/ April 12, 2018

Cryptocurrency and blockchain have taken off in huge ways over the past year. There are countless opinions about the legitimacy, reliability, and future of cryptocurrencies and their widespread use. One idea that there is less disagreement on is that blockchain and cryptocurrencies’ ability to protect user

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Why You Should Choose to Encrypt…Everything

Search Encrypt/ April 6, 2018

Integrity With encryption you know that your message hasn’t been altered by a third party. Authentication Because you have to have the encryption key to decrypt the message, you know the source of the information. Confidence You know where the message came from and

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Session Replay Scripts Could Be Leaking Sensitive Data

Search Encrypt/ April 4, 2018

Websites running tracking scripts could be inadvertently gathering your sensitive information. Websites use “session replay scripts” to view your mouse movements and keystrokes while visiting their webpage. If you type sensitive information like credit card numbers or passwords, you could be unknowingly sharing this

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