Learning More About Search Encrypt

Search Encrypt/ November 17, 2017/ News/ 1 comments

What is a Private Search Engine?

Private search engines vary quite a bit. Generally, they are search engines that don’t track your browsing behavior or store your personal information. Search Encrypt is a privacy-based search engine because it doesn’t link your search terms to your personal information and it uses perfect forward secrecy.

Private Search Engine Options

These search engines are more private thanks to their completely different business model than traditional search engines. Rather than making money by selling user data to advertisers, these engines profit mostly from search ads or affiliate marketing revenue.

DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo is the most recognized alternative search engine. It uses search results from Yahoo. The company claims that if the FBI came to them, there is no way to link any of its information to you.

Search Encrypt

SearchEncrypt is unique because, while you can use it as an search engine, it is a more complete search tool. If you prefer to use Google as a landing page but you prefer a more secure search engine, you can do so with Search Encrypt. Just install the extension, and it automatically avoids any searches that could track you. It redirects searches to its own results page that is completely secure so your search stays private.

StartPage

StartPage uses results from Google, which is a great if you already use Google. It provides the same results as Google, but with an added level of encryption and protection. Ixquick, which is an independent search engine that uses its own results, developed StartPage to include results from Google. Its features include a proxy service, URL generator, and HTTPS support. The URL generator is a unique feature that eliminates the need for cookies.

Does Search Encrypt Respect Your Privacy?

Yes. Search Encrypt does not track any identifiable information about users. If we didn’t ensure user privacy and data security, our product would be pointless. We use Perfect Secrecy SSL, which makes sure your information is private and stays that way. Unlike other search engines, we do no user specific tracking. Our server logs are disabled to ensure that any identifiable information your browser may send are never even read or stored on our servers. Additionally, we use local encryption so that your history is private and you can’t even access it from your own computer.

Is Search Encrypt A Virus?

No. Search Encrypt can be installed on your browser as an extension. It is not a virus. We do not take any information, like passwords, data, or email contacts, from your computer. If you are unhappy with Search Encrypt, you can just remove it from your browser. You can also contact us and let us know if you have any feedback, as we’d be happy to hear from you. Using Search Encrypt can actually help prevent viruses and other breaches into your computer.

How to Get Rid of Search Encrypt on Mac

To learn more about how to remove the Search Encrypt extension, read “How To Install & Remove Search Encrypt

How to Get Rid of Search Encrypt on Windows

To learn more about how to remove the Search Encrypt extension, read “How To Install & Remove Search Encrypt

Is Search Encrypt Safe?

Yes. You can read our Privacy Policy for more in-depth information about how we keep our users’ information private. If you are currently using a popular search engine, like Google, Yahoo, and Bing, your information would be kept more private with Search Encrypt. Search Encrypt uses proprietary technology to hide your search history from others who may use your device after you search. This may save you from some embarrassing situations. We do not request, log, or share your personal information. Our search tool completely disconnects your searches from being tied to your email accounts and social profiles.

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