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    Oct 03, 2009
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    Google Rolls Out Web Searching Over SSL
    So for all of you who search the web at work, SSL might not save you? I don't know a whole lot about SSL other than it's encryption.

    SSL Search: Features

    Oh, and you can visit Google
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    It's useful if you don't trust the network you're using. (eg. you're using a public wi-fi network) Not so useful if you don't trust the computer you're using. (eg. your're using a work compuer or your friend's computer.)

    And it only secures the search itself, not the result links you follow.

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    Ah but what if the network you don't trust is the Google search itself? Even over SSL they will still take records of everything I search in google.

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