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Goodbye, Keyword Data: Google Moves Entirely to Secure Search

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Nearly two years after making one of the biggest changes to secure search that resulted in a steady rise in "(not provided)" data, Google has made all searches encrypted using HTTPS. This means no more keyword data will be passed to site owners. Nearly two years after making one of the biggest changes to secure search that resulted in a steady rise in "(not provided)" data, Google has made all searches encrypted using HTTPS. This means no more keyword data will be passed to site owners. 0 Comments

Encrypted Google Search by Default Coming to Firefox

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Mozilla has announced they will enable HTTPS by default in their Firefox web browser for all Google searches, taking the stoppage of referrer header search query transmission to webmasters one step further than Google had already done. Mozilla has announced they will enable HTTPS by default in their Firefox web browser for all Google searches, taking the stoppage of referrer header search query transmission to webmasters one step further than Google had already done. 0 Comments

Google Warns Users of Possible Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

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Google issued warnings today of a possible man-in-the-middle attack against users attempting to access various Google services over a secured and encrypted HTTPS protocol. Google notes that the attacks appear to be "primarily located in Iran." Google issued warnings today of a possible man-in-the-middle attack against users attempting to access various Google services over a secured and encrypted HTTPS protocol. Google notes that the attacks appear to be "primarily located in Iran." 0 Comments