blend27 - 5:45 pm on May 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
So if my client that Advertises on Google asks me to confirm that there were 666 clicks from Google Ads for "Looney bin" - using Raw Server logs I would not be able to do so because half the users used HTTPS?
Can I then Have IP of the Users that clicked on My Ad? or will the data be provided for a mere 3 more cents per lick? Or will it be TRUST GOOGLE STATS Guacamole?
I understand SSL, Form Data Encryption thingy. And maybe I am missing something, but Hiding a Referrer, adds ZILCH to users security.
The only one who benefits from this would Gorg. I bet they will expand into Cheap SSL Certificate, Eggplant and Zucchini Businesses nextů
What's that word for forcing the masses to be dependent on you when you have a most upper hand in the industry?
Before I was under the impression that they might be hiding something, I will know that they are hiding something, for SURE. Oh, and while you at it disable RIGHT CLICK and Open UP bunch up Public Proxies...
secured channel helps protect your search terms and your search results pages from being intercepted by a third party on your network.
Exactly, My website is the THIRD PARTY Network.