Search Encrypt Protects Your Search Privacy

Search Encrypt/ June 4, 2018

Search Encrypt (searchencrypt.com) is a private search engine available online or as a browser extension. Search Encrypt’s extension can be added to either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. It’s a free add-on that can quickly be installed in your browser. Private search engines, like

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Search Encrypt On How To Prevent Malware Infection

Search Encrypt/ May 31, 2018

Search Encrypt is explaining how you should protect your devices from potential malware attacks or injections. Whether it’s your computer, smartphone or a smart home device, you likely connect to the internet many times every day. If you have these devices, they probably stay

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Search Encrypt – Chrome Extension

Search Encrypt/ May 31, 2018

Keep your searches private by redirecting searches that may be tracked to Search Encrypt, a privacy-focused search engine! Search Encrypt uses local encryption to secure your searches. Our private search engine combines AES-256 encryption with Secure Sockets Layer encryption. It then retrieves your search

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Search Encrypt Uses SSL To Protect User Data

Search Encrypt/ May 23, 2018

Search Encrypt is a privacy based search engine, so logically we use the most advanced data security features available. We even go beyond the level of security that SSL provides. Our search engine includes “Perfect Forward Secrecy”, which means we’ve achieved the highest level of

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How To Install & Remove Search Encrypt – Medium

Search Encrypt/ May 17, 2018

Search Encrypt is a privacy-focused search tool. It helps protect your search behavior data, and gets rid of tracked searches. The browser extension is the best way to make sure that your information isn’t being tracked. Search Encrypt is also available at searchencrypt.com.

Facebook Answers Requests for Transparency

Search Encrypt/ May 15, 2018

Facebook is responding to consumers asking the company to be more transparent about the inner workings of its products. The social media giant has had “Community Standards” that govern which content is allowed on Facebook, and what gets taken down. It was not until

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