Our internet privacy is really in crisis right now with all the spying and hacking. We, at SearchLock, realize that. We make sure that we protect your searches as much as we can and we thank you for trusting us.
Is SearchLock malware, a virus, spyware, or a browser hijacker? A couple of weeks ago we started noticing several blogs and sites listed in Google’s search results that were framing SearchLock as malware. Obviously concerned, we started an investigation. But before we dig
Our internet and search privacy is worth fighting for and SearchLock has, up to this day, been fighting for it. With the battle getting harder each day, we are worried that our search privacy is being stepped on and discarded.
What you search for on the Internet reveals an incredible amount about you. Your interests, thoughts, political beliefs, desires, plans, and even your secrets. Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others can practically read our minds. As you surf the web, you carry with
Ever since the Paris and San Bernardino incidents, the age-old question has arisen again: privacy or protection? The NSA has again renewed its battle against encryption and has, yet again, asked tech companies to create backdoors for law enforcement to track
Online privacy has been in a deepening crisis ever since Snowden decided to make the world aware of how their government has been spying on them. After the recent hack of Sony and other big companies, which endangered the privacy of many, Obama
What is SearchLock? SearchLock is a search engine and browser extension that helps you protect your privacy by preventing big search companies like Google, and Bing from profiling you based on your searches. Ads follow you everywhere after you search
Years have passed since Edward Snowden’s revelation of NSA’s spying and many big companies have been hacked, yet it seems Americans are still unconcerned about protecting their online privacy. A study by Pew Research Center showed that only 17% of
It’s been almost 2 months since Windows 10 came out, and if you didn’t know, they’ve updated their privacy settings for the upgrade and have gotten a lot more invasive! However, they don’t intrude on your privacy without your consent,