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Apparently, the search results from google are encrypted, As soon as you click the search result the encryption breaks off and the ISP knows what site you are visiting to and blocks em. If you just want temporary Solution Proxy websites are best, for long-term browsing Tor is the best solution for you. Just make sure not to use TOR for personal accounts like ...


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Google just offers you a link to the site and not the site itself. If you click on the link its the same as you would type the link in your browser. Your ISP might have blocked the IP of this site. You could use a VPN or the Tor Browser to bypass that.


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If you click on the link of a search result you simply get a redirect from google to this site, i.e. your browser is still accessing the site by its own directly and not through the servers of the search engine. If you don't want to get this you would need to try the cached version of the site, which is sometimes offered within the search results. This ...


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If you include any third party script in your page, the authors could potentially read any data on the page. That applies to Google Maps, any third party library hosts, advertising providers... If the data is sufficiently high risk to be worried about Google stealing it, don't use any third party scripts.


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I have been in a similar situation. The only option that I found universally acceptable for end users of all skill levels was to send files in an encrypted .zip file as attachments. On Linux these files are easy to create with the -e flag for zip: $ touch foo.txt $ zip -e foo.zip foo.txt Enter password: Verify password: adding: foo.txt (stored 0%) $ ...


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Solved. One of the subdomains had been hacked and contained several javascript injections. Some interesting facts: it's rather surprising that google blacklisted all the other subdomains, I wonder if it's a systematic behavior or not. the example harmful URLs list given in the WebmasterTools is empty for the other subdomains, but when you ask for a ...


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The fact that all the subdomains are affected is rather strange. Some of them are just a static html page, without even any javascript or css. It is hard to know what really is going on but it might be that your server is hacked like described in Ongoing malware attack targeting Apache hijacks 20,000 sites which would affect all sites. It might also be ...



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