Add Google SSL Search to Mozilla Firefox Search Bar

| August 11, 2010
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Google SSL Search is the most latest and encoded release of Google Search engine. SSL Search feature in your Google search engine will establish an encrypted connection between the web browser and Google. SSL Search is a secured channel that will secure your search terms and search results from being bugged on your network. This secure way of search through search engines will surely be a default option in every web browser in the days to come, however here is the way to add Google SSL Search to your Mozilla Firefox Search bar!

  • Open Firefox browser.
  • On the right-side upper corner of the Firefox browser you’ll see the familiar Search bar. By clicking the small, tiny arrow next to the Google icon, you will be able to access and use other default search engines such as Bing, Yahoo! etc. These search engines are tidy listed on a drop down menu. At the end of such a list, Click “Manage search engines” option.
  • A new window will open and it will lists all the available search engines available in Firefox. Click “Other search engines” option at the end of the list.
  • This will open a tab on Firefox which will contain the most popular search engine for your Firefox browser. Scroll the list down and located the add-on called Google SSL Search.
  • Install the add-on and restart your Firefox web browser.
  • Again, click the tiny arrow on the Search bar and you will see that the Search engine list will also contain Google SSL Search.
  • Just Select it and enjoy the secure searching!

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