Google’s encrypted search gets its own domain

QPS Meda

Back in May, we wrote about Google providing encrypted search for all users.  Until now, if you wanted to use the encrypted search, you just added an https:// to the domain and away you went.

According to an article on Read Write Web, Google has diversified things somewhat, in answer to some problems that happened due to the old domain.  Now, when you’re wanting to use encrypted Google search, you’ll need to head to a new domain:

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