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a comment on the General Rambling Stand up against mass surveillance with the EFF 3 years and 9 months ago
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a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Please FIX Search Term LEAKAGE 3 years and 11 months ago
Yes, this is now working. Thank you!! :-)
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Please FIX Search Term LEAKAGE 3 years and 11 months ago
Hi yegg, thanks for taking a look at this!

It is fixed when searching via: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=michael+yanovi...

However, when searching on the Tor hidden service it is "sort of" fixed...

http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/?q=michael...

yields...

https://duckduckgo.com/l/?kh=-1&uddg=htt...

which isn't on the Tor hidden service anymore, preferably when using the Tor hidden service one should never be accessing DuckDuckGo via the non-Tor address (duckduckgo.com). (However in the current operation of using the Tor hidden service it is now preventing search term leakage when using the ! (aka: !ducky) bang.
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Please FIX Search Term LEAKAGE 3 years and 11 months ago
From what I understand, that should fix the problem. I am not a developer but I believe links that one clicks on a typical results page are directed through that link.
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Please FIX Search Term LEAKAGE 4 years and 13 hours ago
So you aren't going to bother sanitizing the search terms when using !ducky? This is a !band that uses DuckDuckGo, not a third party search service.
a comment on the General Rambling Please FIX Search Term LEAKAGE 4 years and 13 hours ago
I have reported this at least three (3!) times via the feedback forum on the main DuckDuckGo site but I'm starting to get the impression that no body really cares about search terms leaking to sites. I first started reporting this back in the middle of September.

If you do a search for any term and then append "!" or "!ducky" to the end the server that you end up at HAS your search terms.

For example:

Visiting https://duckduckgo.com/?q=michael+yanovi...

Will result in this on my server:
[19/Nov/2013:18:26:34 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 5999 "https://duckduckgo.com/?q=michael+yanovi..."

This is unacceptable for a site that claims to be concerned about privacy.
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Is there something wrong with this search? 4 years and 1 month ago
Yea, that does look a tad weird, though the results that mention Pepsi aren't entirely wrong. 7up is owned by Pepsi Co.

Let Me DuckDuckGo That For You
a reply to a comment on the General Rambling Startpage and Ixquick track your useragent 4 years and 1 month ago
If you use https://duckduckgo.com/html/ you can avoid the canvas from being accessed.

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