two private great browser search engines

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by taleblou, Nov 1, 2013.

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  1. taleblou

    taleblou Registered Member

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    Here is 2 search engines that I use for privacy and safety.

    one is called Ortigra and it is not only private and secure search engine but it has incognito proxy privacy of results that you can use to access. It also has optional parental control that you can use.

    link: http://ortigra.com/

    Second one is called privatesearch.net and its also is private and secure and it has a view by our proxy mode for the result that is a VPN and masks your location to GERMANY and else.

    link: https://privatesearch.net/

    I use ortigra for my home page and privatesearch for my browser search engine. Its great.

    Combine this with zenmate free unlimited VPN extension in chrome and you have one of the great private and secure browser out there.
     
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    Hmmm. Nice find. What's the difference between these and startpage.com?
     
  3. taleblou

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    Startpage is also similar to them. Nice find. Got to play with them. It seems https://startpage.com/uk/ is uk based and UK is big in the spying and big brother snooping.
     
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    Both Privatesearch and Ortiga require javascript for functioning. Are there any non-JS versions of these sites?

    Privatesearch's layout is more like of google which I don't like. Other than that, it's all right. Ortigra claims to have a good cause, but it's too many scripts and cross-site requests in it's page.
     
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    I think we are speaking about the efficiency of the stated programs and not the countries of origin.

    Lets not make this a political discussion please.
     
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    GCHQ heard that! :D
     
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