it's redirecting to regular http (at least in Poland)...
to make it work do this:First visit: http://www.google.com/ncrThen visit:https://www.google.com/webhpThat should do it..
Currently, when a user clicks a cached snapshot link in Google's search engine results list, a URL displays that includes in clear text both the cached website URL and the user's search keywords.Example:Search keywords: [ski equipment]An example clear text URL of an arbitrary web site clicked from Google's search results: http://www.skis.comAn example clear text URL of the related cached web site clicked from Google's search engine results: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:t3SmcuNSLKIJ:www.skis.com/+ski+equipment&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnkGoogle's cached website versions usually do not display an entire web site. However, it would enhance user security and privacy if Google encrypted the URLs it displays for its cached web sites.http://googcomments.blogspot.com
how about some SSL support for iGoogle ?i keep trying to use iGoogle via https but every iGoogle page gets redirected via regular http :|
I hope SSL search works or Google. I know there is a lot of testing first, but at least Google is taking the first step, to keep evil out.
Just tried it in the UK and it works fine for me
Hmm..Did google already notice..now many wordpress user use SEO SearchTerms2 and Bstat plugin ?And search engines are now filled with garbage..This is very annoying at all..
Putting the secure search onto the same URL as Google Apps authentication will cause major problems for schools as it bypasses their filtering and will therefore be blocked by many Local Authorities (UK) and schools districts (USA). Either secure search or account authentication needs to be moved to a distinct domain so they can be differentially filtered.
I agree, but I don't understand why Contacts service i out of SSL protection.
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