What is Search Encrypt?
Search Encrypt is a private search engine. So, what does that mean? Put simply, we don’t track your search history in any user identifiable way. We encrypt your search terms so that even if someone could hack onto your computer, they couldn’t see what you searched for.
How Is It Different From Other Search Engines?
The most popular search engines are also the best at tracking you. When you click on a link on our search engine, we don’t pass along your search term to the websites you visit. This means they can’t link you to your search terms to advertise to you.
For anyone who doesn’t know, encryption is a process that encodes a message, or in our case your search term, so that it can only be read by certain people. We use industry-standard AES-256 encryption to protect your searches.
Encrypted Search Terms
Using Search Encrypt, your search terms are fully encrypted, so that even if someone can access your network they can’t see what you search for. Our encryption lets our product offer perfect forward secrecy, which means once you’re done searching your searches are gone forever.
Search Encrypt does not request, log or share your personal information. Tracking on the internet isn’t surprising anymore. If you’re on the internet it’s safe to say that your information is getting collected. Search Encrypt doesn’t need your browsing history and search history to deliver you relevant search results.
Some of the most popular websites on the internet are also major tracking operations. Social media sites like Facebook, and big search engines are known for collecting massive amounts of user data.
Protect Your Privacy
Serious About Privacy? World Privacy Forum suggests using “the Kitchen Sink” approach. Use as many privacy measures as you can.
Use VPNs and proxies, use encrypted search, use HTTPS everywhere, delete and manage all of your cookies at an advanced level. Routinely use a wide variety of computers, mobile devices, connections, and search engines.
Search Encrypt makes it easy to search the web privately. Using other privacy measures helps protect your information once you’ve left our site. We are advocates for privacy on the internet, but the shift towards a private internet starts with you.