Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 5th Sep 2012 23:28 UTC, submitted by Hiev
Google "I was recently testing some of the keywords and positions for our help-desk app and it suddenly occurred to me that 80% of the page were not actually the search results. Check this out." He has a very good point. Google has work to do here.
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RE: Where?
by f0dder on Thu 6th Sep 2012 10:58 UTC in reply to "Where?"
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Same here - with the additional mixins of Ghostery to cut down on being tracked, and Certificate Patrol to keep and eye out for "funky stuff".

Ah yes, and DnsCrypt - I'm not entirely sure if getting DNS from a for-profit .us company is better than the somewhat hypothetical risk of getting DNS poisoned/snooped, though ;)

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RE[2]: Where?
by Lennie on Thu 6th Sep 2012 12:31 in reply to "RE: Where?"
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Well, with OpenDNS your DNS-packets do travel further, over more networks. So the chance of poisoning/spoofing increases. DNSCrypt does solve that.

Maybe you are not aware, but there is also DNSSEC.

DNSSEC is the only solution in the long run.

You should also look at DANE.

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