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Google might be the biggest but there are other search engines, too

Most people don't want three dozen search engines, especially people who are not trained internet users. Most people want a single search engine that delivers three key features:

  1. Relevant results (results you are actually interested in)
  2. Uncluttered, easy to read interface
  3. Helpful options to broaden or tighten a search

With this criteria, several of our reader favorites come to mind. These search sites should meet 99 percent of the searching needs of a regular everyday user.

Google Search

Google Search Google Search. screenshot

Google is the reigning king of 'spartan searching', and is the single most used search engine in the world. While it doesn't offer all the shopping center features of Yahoo! or the human curation of Mahalo, Google is fast, relevant, and the largest single catalogue of web pages available today. The search giant also tracks an incredible amount of information that many people don't even know they are giving out.

Make sure you try the Google 'images', 'maps' and 'news' features... they are outstanding services for locating photos, geographic directions, and news headlines. P.S. If you don't want Google to spy on you, protect yourself.

Duck Duck Go Search

DuckDuckGo search results DuckDuckGo search results. DuckDuckGo

At first, DuckDuckGo.com looks like Google. However, there are many subtleties that make this spartan search engine different.

DuckDuckGo has some slick features, like 'zero-click' information (all your answers are found on the first results page). DuckDuckgo offers disambiguation prompts (helps to clarify what question you are really asking). Plus, the ad spam is much less than Google.

Give DuckDuckGo.com a try... you might really like this clean and simple search engine.

Bing Search

Bing Search
 Bing Search. screenshot

Bing is Microsoft's attempt at unseating Google, and arguably the second-most-popular search engine today. Bing used to be MSN search until it was updated in summer of 2009.

Touted as a decision engine, Bing tries to support your researching by offering suggestions in the leftmost column, while also giving you various search options across the top of the screen. Things like 'wiki' suggestions, 'visual search', and 'related searches' might be very useful to you. Bing is not dethroning Google in the near future, no, but it is definitely worth trying.  

Dogpile Search

Dogpile Search Dogpile Search. screenshot

Years ago, Dogpile preceded Google as the fast and efficient choice for web searching. Things changed in the late 1990's, Dogpile faded into obscurity, and Google became king.

Today, however, Dogpile is coming back, with a growing index and a clean and quick presentation that is a testimony to its halcyon days. If you want to try a search tool with pleasant presentation and helpful crosslink results, definitely try Dogpile!

Yippy Search

Yippy Search Results
 Yippy Search Results. Yippy

Yippy is a Deep Web engine that searches other search engines for you. Unlike the regular Web, which is indexed by robot spider programs, Deep Web pages are usually harder to locate by conventional search.

That's where Yippy becomes very useful. If you are searching for obscure hobby interest blogs, obscure government information, tough-to-find obscure news, academic research and otherwise-obscure content, then Yippy is your tool. 

Google Scholar Search

Google Scholar SearchGoogle Scholar Search. screenshot

Google Scholar is a special version of Google. This search engine will help you win debates.

Google Scholar focuses on scientific and hard-research academic material that has been subjected to scrutiny by scientists and scholars. Example content includes graduate theses, legal and court opinions, academic publications, medical research reports, physics research papers, and economics and world politics explanations.

If you are looking for serious information that can stand up in a heated debate with educated people, then forget regular Google... Google Scholar is where you want to go to arm yourself with high powered sources!

Webopedia Search

Webopedia Search
 Webopedia Search. screenshot

Webopedia is one of the most useful websites on the web. Webopedia is an encyclopedic resource dedicated to searching technology terminology and computer definitions.

Teach yourself what 'domain name system' is, or what 'DDRAM' means on your computer. Webopedia is absolutely a perfect resource for non-technical people to make more sense of the computers around them.

Yahoo! Search (and More)

Yahoo! Search
 Yahoo! Search. screenshot

Yahoo! is several things: it is a search engine, a news aggregator, a shopping center, an email box, a travel directory, a horoscope and games center, and more.

This 'web portal' breadth of choice makes this a very helpful site for Internet beginners. Searching the Web should also be about discovery and exploration, and Yahoo! delivers that in wholesale quantities. (By the way, here's what happened to Yahoo! avatars and Yahoo! 360 in case you were wondering.)

The Internet Archive Search

The Internet Archive SearchInternet Archive Search. screenshot

The Internet Archive is a favorite destination for longtime Web lovers. The Archive has been taking snapshots of the entire World Wide Web for years now, allowing you and me to travel back in time to see what a web page looked like in 1999, or what the news was like around Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

You won't visit the Archive daily like you would Google or Yahoo or Bing, but when you do have a need to travel back in time, use this search site.

 Source: This article was published lifewire.com By Paul Gil

Published in Search Engine

Last week, Mozilla unleashed Firefox Quantum, a new version of its popular web browser that makes all manner of improvements to the experience. One particularly interesting tweak is the fact that its stock search engine is now Google, rather than Yahoo.

In November 2014, Mozilla inked a deal with Yahoo that would see the company’s search services integrated into the Firefox browser. The deal was set to be in place for five years, but the developer decided to cut it short in order to deliver a better product to its users.

“We exercised our contractual right to terminate our agreement with Yahoo! based on a number of factors including doing what’s best for our brand, our effort to provide quality web search, and the broader content experience for our users,” said Mozilla’s chief business and legal officer, Denelle Dixon, according to a report from 9to5Google. “We believe there are opportunities to work with Oath and Verizon outside of search.”

There’s big money to be made in offering a search engine the chance to serve as the default option for a particular piece of software or hardware. For instance, Google has recently expanded its relationship with Apple to include Siri and Spotlight search results – and the search giant was already paying as much as $3 billion per year to ensure that it was the default for iOS, according to a report from CNBC.

It would seem that Mozilla would stand to lose out on a significant amount of money by backing out of its arrangement with Yahoo. However, there’s a clause in the contract that provides that Mozilla is entitled to annual payments of up to $375 million through 2019 if it didn’t want to work with any company that purchased Yahoo – even if another search deal was put in place – as per reporting from Recode.

Search engines are the primary discovery tool for many internet users, and that makes them hugely important when it comes to online advertising. Having a large audience makes it easier to sell ad space at a premium, which should explain why companies are ready to shell out millions upon millions to work with the likes of Mozilla and Apple.

Source: This article was published digitaltrends.com By Brad Jones

Published in Search Engine

Search engine alternatives to that of Yahoo, Google, and Bing, are highly sought by some users who really value privacy. If you are not fond of being tracked, below are some of the helpful best search engine alternatives you may want to check.

on the list for privacy-conscious individuals would be DuckDuckGo. The privacy statement alone assures users that it does not log personally identifiable information, according to How To Geek.

The said site has been gaining audiences since it was first launched back in 2008. The sense of anonymity has been highly valued by the site, which is why DuckDuckGo does not take note of cookies, user agents, and IP addresses.

However, if you can't get enough Google as your search engine, then you might want to try visiting Startpage. This particular search engine works by submitting your search to Google and returning the results to you.

What Google will actually see is not your information, but rather vast amount of searches from  Startpage's servers. Thus, keeping your privacy intact.

Similar to Startpage, Ixquick also functions the same. However, instead of searching on Google alone, it searches other sources.

Both sites somehow share basic site design and functionalities. Such connection may be associated with the fact that Ixquick is also being run by the same company running Startpage.

Another alternative also is Blekko. Although slightly similar to the aforementioned sites, Blekko records personally identifiable information, but would eventually delete it within 48 hours in contrast to that of Google's nine months policy.

Using Blekko may be something new for some users. The said site utilizes an initiative called slashtags, which makes use of "/" slash character for custom or categorized searches, according to Search Engine Watch.

If you really value your privacy, it would not hurt a bit to try the above-mentioned top and best search engine alternatives. Despite not being known to everyone, they serve their purpose very well.

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Source: This article was published telegiz.com By Jacques Strauss

Published in Search Engine

Over the past couple of years, Google and Yahoo have played a pivotal role in the digital world. Not only are they the top, most used search engines with the highest market penetration, they also play a major role in the computer software industry.

Even though Google has created a strong brand name, Yahoo is not far behind. In fact, in certain aspects, Yahoo outweighs Google. The rivalry of these two search engines has continued to evolve at a rapid pace.

Users always prefer one search engine over the other, but what actually makes the said engine better or worse is often not understood and considered by them. Here are some ways how you can compare the performance and value of these two search engines.

The most valuable thing a search engine can offer is generating the most relevant search results for their users. Not to generalize, but users all over the world prefer a search engine which is able to deliver the most fulfilling and satisfying results for their search queries. While it is slightly difficult to measure relevancy as it depends upon user to user experience, an experiment showed that Yahoo generates more relevant results with a slightly higher relevancy degree of 4.8 compared to Google’s 4.6. On the other hand Google provides much more concise results. It offers a preview of information on the right column of the search engine result page which users find extremely beneficial.

Google algorithm is known to be much better than of any other search engine. This is because it favors quality content over well-established links and pages unlike Yahoo which still prefers old and well established websites. Not only is Google good for users as it provides them with reliable and relevant results, it is also preferred by new bloggers and site owners because it gives them opportunity to build valuable links.

The ease of access and usage is another factor to determine which search engine is the best. Google provides the feature Google Instant which allows for much quicker and faster results without the user having to press enter. However, while Google offers its users such quick results, Yahoo’s homepage holds more attraction for its users. With a wide array of interactive features like news, sports, finance, weather and much more on their page; some users find it easy to access their required information and connect with the world.

Both Google and Yahoo offer different benefits. They both have different ranking systems and algorithms. However, this does not mean that one is better than the other. While most of the young people do prefer Google today, people who are older than 45 still seem to stick to Yahoo. You need to make a choice based on whichever search engine serves your purpose and goals the best.

However, when it comes to SEO, it is important that you concentrate on all search engines and not just one.

Source: This article was published business2community.com By Michael Wight

Published in Search Engine
We’re using email for e-comm and couponing more than ever—and Yahoo’s experimental CardMail client aims to make better sense of the daily deluge.

How we use email has changed a lot since the ’90s, but the way we receive it hasn’t changed much at all. Sure, our mailboxes are bigger, and the messages look a little fancier, but by and large email’s still just an ever-growing list of messages, trailing off toward infinity in reverse chronological order.

But if an experimental mail program design from Yahoo takes off, the inbox itself could become a thing of the past. At the Association for Computing Machinery‘s recent conference on human-computer interaction, the Sunnyvale, Calif. tech giant unveiled a prototype design called CardMail that replaces the venerable inbox view with a set of lists in categories like travel, deals, events, and receipts.

Within each category, CardMail messages are sorted in an order that makes sense rather than simply the order they came in. Airlines could be sorted by flight times, for instance, and information about an event or deal is displayed in a newsfeed-style post, rather than simply showing the first few words from the message.

“The way I think about it is, if someone had come to you with a design problem today, and said we’re building this system that’s going to manage all your receipts, all your deals, all your tickets to events, all your travel information, would you design a system that’s a reverse chronological list of senders and subject?” asks Frank Bentley, a senior principal researcher at Yahoo. “Probably not.”

At the conference, Bentley and a team of researchers presented results of a personal email use study that led them to test ideas for new kinds of interfaces designed for how email is used today.

When the researchers asked survey participants–who included Yahoo users along with those loyal to rival mail products from companies like Google and Microsoft–to check when they had last sent an email from a personal account, the median participant hadn’t sent one in two days–and 25% of those surveyed hadn’t sent an email in 10 days or more. It’s not that people aren’t talking to each other online, of course, it’s just that social media has taken over. People are more likely to send quick messages to friends and family through texting apps like WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger, share photos through Instagram or Snapchat, or share broad life updates on their Facebook feeds.

And it’s not that the people surveyed weren’t active email users–many of them still checked their email multiple times a day, looking for the latest deals and other updates from companies they did business with, even without sending out personal letters.

“One of the main findings in the paper is sort of this redefinition of what email overload is,” says Bentley. “Back in the ’90s, people were talking about email overload in terms of having too much email to respond to.”

Now, at least when it comes to personal accounts, they’re more likely to be referring to a deluge of coupons, purchase confirmations, and other business correspondence that makes it difficult to find messages they’re looking for. Even with good text search tools in modern email clients, plane tickets can still get lost in a sea of coupons and frequent-flyer program updates from the same airline, Bentley says.

“They’re really trying to get through all of the commercial mail they receive–and they love,” says Bentley.

And users take advantage of the messages they’re getting–46% of survey respondents telling Yahoo they had used a coupon or deal from an email within the past week. And they weren’t reluctant to unsubscribe from lists they were no longer interested in–20% of respondents in one survey had done so in the previous week. Still, the sheer volume of commercial messages had led many participants to abandon old accounts to start over anew, and many had given up any attempt at organizing their inboxes or even opening every message.

“People are treating their email much more like a Facebook feed,” Bentley says, scrolling through, clicking on interesting messages and simply ignoring others.

That led Bentley and his coauthors to put together the CardMail design, which Yahoo is still tinkering with–there is no timeline for a public release.

Attempts to declutter our inboxes are not new: Yahoo already offers what it calls Smart Views, letting users filter their emails into categories like travel and shopping, and rivals like Google offer similar groupings. And email services from Google and Microsoft can automatically pull event and ticket information from email messages into their calendar apps. The CardMail concept goes further, doing away with the traditional inbox view altogether.

“We have done some studies where we’ve had people log in and use (CardMail) with their own emails,” he says. “People like that it’s surfacing what’s relevant to them right now.”

Source: This article was published fastcompany.com By Steven Melendez

Published in Search Engine

Karim Baratov poses in front of his house in Ancaster, Ont., in this undated photo. Online, Baratov presents himself as a high-end car enthusiast who made his 'first million' at age 15. (Facebook)

22-year-old Hamilton resident's social media profiles paint different picture than FBI's

The FBI alleges that 22-year-old Karim Baratov, from Ancaster, Ont., was one of four men connected with a series of cyberattacks carried out on Yahoo that began in early 2014.But you wouldn't know it from Baratov's online persona.

On Instagram, Baratov presents himself as a high-end car enthusiast. He has frequently posted pictures of Aston Martins, Audis, Mercedes and BMWs, among other cars that he claimed to own; gaining nearly 30,000 followers in the process.

In one post, he describes himself as "well off in high school to be able to afford driving a BMW 7 series and pay off a mortgage on my first house.

"In others, he's shown spreading handfuls of $100 bills.

Baratov, who has dual Canadian-Kazakh citizenship, goes by at least two other names according to the FBI. He does not list his profession, nor how he became so well off at such a young age, on social media.

Karim Baratov InstagramThe 22-year-old was arrested Tuesday morning in Ancaster by Toronto police and turned over to the RCMP. (Instagram)

His Instagram profile describes him only as a: "Workaholic. Occasional drawer. Gym rat.

"But a cached search reveals another description: "Self made entrepreneur/programmer/web developer/investor.

"Clues left on Baratov's various social media profiles and websites registered under his name — coupled with allegations of computer hacking and economic espionage made by the FBI — offer a glimpse into how Baratov may have made his living.

He claimed in postings on the social media site Ask.fm that he made his "first million" when he was 15, working on "online services."

 "I prefer online businesses because there is way less risk and less effort in a way," he wrote.

A call to the number tied with Baratov's home address was not answered.

Baratov made a brief appearance in a Hamilton courthouse on Wednesday morning and was returned to custody.

Old websites leave clues

Neighbours on Chambers Avenue where Baratov lives said Wednesday they often puzzled at the young man's lifestyle – to be able to afford to live alone in a large, new house in an expensive subdivision, and to always be seen driving pricey cars.

"His parents either bought him the house, or he's getting money somewhere else, because he doesn't seem to work all day; he just drives up and down the street," said Kerry Carter, a neighbour who lives a few doors down.

Karim Baratov House 56 Chambers Ancaster Yahoo hacking hackerKarim Baratov's house in Ancaster. A call to the number tied to Baratov's house address was not answered. (Kelly Bennett/CBC News)

Baratov's Facebook page links to a website called Elite Space, written in Russian, which claims to offer a number of services, including servers for rent in Russia, protection from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, and domain names in China.

Though it does not specifically mention hacking, there are clues on other sites that this may also have been among his services.

For example, an email address matching one of Baratov's aliases was used to register an account with a Russian discussion forum, which lists DDoS and hacking as the Canadian user's interests. The profile then links to a website that claims to offer email hacking services for a handful of Russian email services, including Mail.ru, as well as Gmail.

There are also a number of websites registered in Baratov's name, including one called "mail-google.us," and another "mail-yandex.us." Though the websites are no longer online, the URLs appear designed to trick visitors into thinking they are visiting a legitimate Google or Yandex email site — a common phishing tactic. 

Karim BaratovKarim Baratov is shown in a photo from his Instagram account. In online postings, he claims he made his 'first million' when he was 15, working in online services. (Instagram/Canadian Press)

While it is difficult to definitively link the sites to Baratov, they appear to fit the FBI's description of his alleged illicit work.

According to the agency's indictment, Baratov's job was to use the information gleaned from the Yahoo intrusion to gain access to targets' email accounts with other service providers.

​Baratov's last Instagram post was a photo from the 70Down restaurant and lounge in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood, the night before his arrest.

Source : cbc.ca

Published in Others

Search Engines is a web based computer program that find pdf documents, Images, Videos and HTML pages for specified keyword and returns the high quality results of any webpage containing those keywords. Web engines crawled and indexed the billions of web pages (including Images, Videos, PDF documents much more) and show the results depending upon their importance. World most popular engine is Google end of 2016 62+ billion pages indexed by Google. Top 5 safe free search engines is Google, Bing, Yahoo, Ask.com, AOL.

1 Google.com    Alexa rank = 1   Similarweb rank = 1

Google.comGoogle.com was developed by Sergey Brin and Larry Page in September 1998. 67.47% search market control by google inc. Company provide thousand of products and services like email, Google+, Google Search, Google Drive, Chrome, Youtube, Blogger, Android. Pagerank and link building is most popular algorithm provided by Google. The company reported 96% revenue was derived from its advertising programs. Using Google you can search images, videos, news, maps. Over 1.1+ billion WorldWide unique visitors use this website and over 55,976 employees work in this company. In 2005 google develop a desktop and mobile mapping service. It offering street maps, satellite imagery. Company CEO = Sundar Pichai. Company revenue US $68.83 billion in 2015. Net Income US $16.889 billion. Company total equity = $108.34 billion. Total employees = 59,976 (Q3 2016).

2 Bing.com    Alexa rank = 28   Similarweb rank = 52

Bing.comBing.com developed by microsoft in June 2009. Bing offering three column display format first column for traditional search results, second column shows structured data and in third column data shows provides from twitter and facebook. Bing offer some additional features such as interface, media, local info, integration with hotmail, integration with facebook, integration with apple, integration with window8. Bing entertainment service allow visitors to View Movies,    Tv shows,   Music  and Games. Bing finance and local services provide complete information about stock market and local business details and reviews. The images and videos search algorithm enable users to quickly search most relevant photographs and videos. Bing e-commerce market features enable users to find hotels, flight tickets and online products. 54.6 million USA unique visitors use this website.

3 Yahoo.com    Alexa rank = 6   Site URL = http://www.yahoo.com

Yahoo.comYahoo is a web-portal developed by David Filo and Jerry Yang in 1994. According to comscore 196 million US visitors use yahoo. Yahoo provides Sports information, news, Music, Videos, finance, messenger, mail, maps. Yahoo offer communication services like messenger and mail, yahoo mail service offer 10Gb storage. the company offer some social networking services like flickr, yahoo buzz, yahoo personals. End of 2010 yahoo offers mobile services like mobile blogging and messaging. Yahoo support the e-commerce market and small businesses. Company CEO Marissa Mayer and chairman Maynard webb. with yahoo service you can access more than one services such as mail, finance, world news, image hosting and watch movies cricket online. Company revenue = US $1.69 billion | Total assets = US $16.80 billion | Total employees = 14,453.

4 Baidu.com    Alexa rank = 4   Site URL = http://www.baidu.com

Baidu.comBaidu was founded by Robin Li and Eric Xu in january 2000. It indexed over 81 million images, 13 million audio and video files, 751 million webpages. It is 5th popular web crawler in the world and No 1 in the China. Baidu company provide several services such as - baidu cloud is most powerful cloud based service it offer 3 TB free online storage. Baidu post bar is another online community where users can share knowledge and ideas. Baidu image and video search services offer millions of multimedia files. Baidu offer social networking service users can post images, blogs, videos through this service.

5 Yandex.com    Alexa rank = 1,257   Site URL = http://www.yandex.com

Yandex.comYandex.com russian based engine developed by Arkady Vlozh and Llya Segalovich. According comscore 56 million users from all over the world use Yandex. Company revenue = $39.4 billion | Operating income = $13.3 billion | Net income = $13.6 billion | Total assets = $34 billion | Total equity = $28.89 billion | Total employees = 5,432.

6 Ask.com    Alexa rank = 106   Site URL = http://www.ask.com

Ask.comThe Ask was founded by David Warthen and Garrett Gruener in 1995. Ask is a most popular question answering site, later it add image and video search facility. Ask browser toolbar can appear as extra bar added to the any type of browser window. According quantcast 33 million US users use this site.

7 AOL.com    Alexa rank = 243   Site URL = http://www.AOL.com

Search.AOL.comAOL is a mass media corporation founded by Steve Case, Marc Seriff, Jim Kimsey. This company invest in many websites. AOL major acquisitions Techcrunch, Engadget, MapQuest, The Huffington post. AOL search facility powered by google inc. AOl also offer News, Lifestyle, Sports, Finance, Entertainment services. Company revenue = $2.19 billion | Net Income = $1.059 billion | Total assets = $2.799 billion | Total employees = 5,987.

8 DuckDuckgo   Alexa rank = 609   Site URL = http://www.duckduckgo.com

DuckDuckgo.comDuckDuckGo was founded by Gabriel Weinberg in september 2008. This website uses data from Wikipedia, Bing, Yahoo, Yendex. It puts privacy first and does't log user information and does not store IP addresses.

9 Sogou.com    Alexa rank = 58   Site URL = http://www.sogou.com

Soso.com is a web based chinese web crawler later this company owned by Tencent inc. So soso discontinued services and now redirects to Sogou.com.

10 Webcrawler  Alexa rank = 2,486   Site URL = http://webcrawler.com

Webcrawler.comWebcrawler.com was founded by Brian Pinkerton in april 1994. It was first fully indexed secure meta engine, that fetched the good results from Yahoo! inc, Google, Bing search, About.com, Ask.com and some others. Webcrawler offering all type of results like multimedia (including videos, images, local business information and news). Webcrawler show advertising results at the top and bottom of the page, and all organic results showing in middle of the page.

11 Wow.com    Alexa rank = 2,104   Site URL = http://www.wow.com

Wow.comWOW.com powered by Google, it provide quick link for most popular websites in the world. According quantcast 5.5 million US unique visitors use wow to find awesome stuff. WOW.com was developed by AOL company. This engine search images based on high quality pixel and its width, height and formats.

12 Info.com    Alexa rank = 8,574   Site URL = http://www.info.com

Info.comInfo.com is an image, video, news and html page finder and fetched results from Google, Open Directory, Yahoo and Bing, Ask. Info.com offers a meta engine that allows you to search multiple leading sources at once, returning more comprehensive and relevant results fast. Info provide some plugins for Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome. Using it users can easily access millions of images, videos, employment opportunities. Info.com online comparison shopping service enables users to compare products, prices and buy products.

13 Infospace    Alexa rank = 14,246   Site URL = http://www.infospace.com

61 million unique visitors use this website. Infospace was founded by Rich Skrenta in 2007. 5 million US visitors use this site it offer downable browser search toolbar. Infospace use the dynamic inference graph algorithm and slashtag filters.

  1. Excite.com Alexa rank  = 8,347   | Quantcast US rank = NA | Compete US rank = NA
  2. Dogpile.com Alexa rank = 6,371  | Quantcast USA rank = 4,161 | Compete US rank = 2,089
  3. Lycos.com Alexa rank = 15,114   | Quantcast US rank = 14,878 | Compete US rank = 15,185
  4. Contenko.com Alexa rank = 132K| Quantcast US rank = 143K | Compete US rank = 123K


 


Comparison of Best Search Engines

Best Search EnginesCompany namePages indexedAdvertise mentsDaily direct queriesQueries countRunning non free JSSoftware distribution license
Google.com Google Over 63.2 billion Yes Over 413 million Yes No Proprietary
Bing.com Microsoft Over 31.02 billion Yes Unknown Yes No Proprietary
Yahoo Search Yahoo! Over 24.2 billion Yes Unknown Yes No Proprietary
Baidu Search Baidu Over 771 million Yes Unknown Yes No Proprietary
Yandex Search Yandex Over 2.2 billion Yes Unknown Yes No Proprietary
SoSo Tencent Unknown Yes Unknown No No Proprietary
DuckDuckGo DuckDuckGo NA Optional 7.6 million No No Mixed
Gigablast NA Over 1.2 billion No Unknown Yes No Free
Best Search EnginesServer's location(s)Https SupportProxy gateway search links availableIP address trackingBrowser trackingInformation sharingDedicated servers
Google USA Yes Unknown Yes Yes Yes NA
Bing USA/China Yes(SSL blocked in China) Unknown Yes Yes Yes NA
Yahoo search USA Yes Unknown Yes Yes Yes NA
Baidu China & Japan No Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown NA
Yandex Russia Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown No NA
SoSo China No Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown NA
DuckDuckGo USA Yes Yes No No No NA
Gigablast USA No No No No No NA

List of Search Engines

RankGeneral Search EnginesPopular in...?Alexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS UsersLanguage
1 Google.com US, India, Brazil, UK 1 1 71.78% 11% 181M Multilingual
2 Yahoo.com US, UK, France, India, Taiwan 4 4 64.76% 16.96% 161M Multilingual
3 Baidu.com China 5 10 62.92% 8.1% 1.5M Multilingual
4 Bing.com US, France 25 13 68.87% 4.77% 70M Multilingual
5 Sogou.com China, Taiwan, Hong Kong 165 598 48.89% 32.27% 401K Chinese
6 Duckduckgo US, France, UK, Germany 567 578 93.42% 2.43% 1.8M Multilingual
7 Youdao.com China 623 1,645 61.12% 13.78% 231K Chinese
8 Yandex.com Russia, Turkey, Germany, Ukraine 2,174 1,921 61.12% 13.20% 551K Multilingual
9 Go.com US, Canada, Venezuela, UK 81 115 63.31% 16.89% 52M NA
10 Search.aol US, UK, Germany, China 152 94 68.32% 7.66% 19M English
11 Lycos.com US, UK, Canada, Germany 9,856 13,246 54.54% 22.92% 351K NA
12 Qwant.com France, Germany, Belgium 22,765 10,124 89.78% 7.01% NA NA

 

RankMetasearch EnginesPopular in...?Alexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS UsersLanguage
1 Webcrawler US, India, Canada, Indonesia 998 985 7.87% 91.22% 4.5M English
2 kayak.com US, Canada, Spain, Israel 567 1,432 34.33% 26.43% 7M Multilingual
3 Excite.com US, Canada, UK, Germany 7,932 8,583 64.12% 11.34% 512K English
4 ixquick.com US, Germany, France, Netherlands 9,897 3,123 87.24% 2.52% 289K Multilingual
5 Info.com US, Canada, India, Malaysia 8,342 11,342 13.24% 87.35% 1M English
6 Zoo.com Germany, Brazil, Mexico, India 32,564 13,478 96.54% 2.66% 37K NA
7 Yippy.com US, UK, France, Canada 127,328 212,976 41.22% 1.23% 25K English

RankJob search EnginesPopular in...?Alexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Indeed.com US, Canada, Australia, Germany 159 212 36.18% 40.56% 18M
2 Naukri.com India, Japan, United Arab Emirates 445 1,311 54.87% 23.78% 120K
3 Glassdoor.com US, India, Canada, UK 513 1,421 34.89% 43.21% 11M
4 Monster.com US, India, Canada, Philippines 877 1,786 37.68% 43.25% 10M
5 Careerbuilder US, Uk, India, Canada, Philippines 1,578 1,896 47.81% 20.19% 6M
6 Jobstreet.com Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore 2,170 2,765 51.86% 6.89% 61K
7 careers.yahoo NA NA NA NA NA NA
8 Incruit.com Korea, Venezuela, Thailand 2,432 3,123 19.45% 67.72% NA
9 Dice.com US, India, Canada, Eritrea 4,231 5,865 48.97% 12.89% 2.2M
10 Adzuna.co.uk UK, US, Ireland, France 18,475 22,345 38.89% 29.64% 145K
11 Eluta.ca Canada, India, France 49,787 57,987 29.89% 51.78% NA
12 Linkup.com US, India, Canada, UK 81,478 84,875 21.98% 50.98% 231K

 

RankBitTorrent search EnginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Torrentz.eu 185 484 64.89% 21.32% 2M
2 iSohunt.to 3,432 1,786 25.76% 34.00% 411K
3 Btdigg.org 9,543 6,212 24.87% 17.11% 65K
4 Mininova.org 37,234 18,501 51.77% 14.45% 53K
5 Torrentus.si 92,423 53,674 38.98% 46.81% NA

 

RankQuestion & AnswerAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Ask.com 34 25 89.86% 5.12% 20M
2 Quora.com 151 342 32.87% 57.22% 8M
3 Answers.com 328 289 14.67% 52.01% 25M
4 eHow.com 678 1,511 11.31% 85.79% 16M
5 Wikihow.com 189 432 9.87% 90.71% 8M
6 Answers.yahoo NA   45.12 9.87 NA

RankMaps Search enginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Bing maps 987 1023 56.23 7.23 NA
2 Google Maps 234 342 67.34 26.45 NA
3 Mapquest.com 964 958 47.51% 46.72% 16M
4 Wikimapia.org 2,432 1,121 24.22% 71.44% 461K
5 Here.com 2,618 1,751 25.21% 18.63% 1M
6 Openstreetmap.org 5,897 3,375 43.43% 33.67% 342K

 

RankNews Search enginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 News.Google.com 105 115 53.37 0.95 189M
2 Bing.com/news 212 342 59.67 9.56 NA
3 Topix.com 989 1,378 27.12% 36.61% 4.1M
4 news.Yahoo.com 134 167 49.34 3.23 178M
5 Newslookup.com 243,956 447,432 12.21 84.13 453K

 

RankReal estate/ property Search enginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Zillow.com 164 223 44.42% 42.12% 25.5M
2 Realtor.com 491 826 42.11% 40.43% 10.5M
3 Rightmove.co.uk 723 1,134 47.18% 35.54% 221K
4 Redfin.com 992 1,961 55.34% 28.91% 2.8M
5 Hotpads.com 5,965 4,213 42.64% 43.87% 1.3M


RankBusiness Search enginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Justdial.com 411 2,218 11.11% 84.45% 301K
2 Thomasnet.com 12,342 28,543 18.89% 71.12% 558
3 Globalspec.com 18,125 27,301 16.43% 77.99% 441K
4 Business.com 24,891 43,321 38.90% 34.27% 300K
5 Nexis.com 68,125 53,673 52.97% 6.45% 60K

 

RankMultimedia Search enginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Youtube.com 3 3 46.31% 21.33% 161M
2 Bing videos 3,231 3,389 45.12 6.19 19.6M
3 Yahoo Video 1,231 2,312 48.32 4.67 NA
4 Tineye.com 4,111 6,254 71.34% 19.54% 123K
5 Vevo.com 5,821 5,231 47.87% 31.75% 1.1M
6 Blinkx.com 38,275 6,775 13.11% 2.47% 325K
7 Findsounds.com 147,423 69,334 26.33% 50.41% NA

 

RankSource code Search enginesAlexa rankSimilarweb rankDirect trafficGoogle trafficUS Users
1 Code.Google.com   3,452 24.32 37.10 5.4M
2 Code.Openhub.net          

Source : socialcliff.com

Published in Search Engine

A dark web vendor is reportedly selling millions of decrypted Gmail and Yahoo accounts in an unspecified underground marketplace. Over 20 million Gmail accounts and five million Yahoo accounts from previous massive data breaches are now reportedly up for sale.

A dark web vendor going by the name "SunTzu583", who has previously also allegedly listed over one million decrypted Gmail and Yahoo accounts on the dark web, now appears to have ramped up his efforts.

According to a HackRead report, in separate listings, the cybercriminal is allegedly offering 4,928,888 and 21,800,969 Gmail accounts, of which the latter has been listed for $450 (0.4673 Bitcoins). While the first listing includes email addresses and clear text passwords, 75% of the second listing allegedly contains decrypted passwords and 25% hashed passwords.

The Gmail data reportedly corresponds to those stolen in previous breaches, including the Nulled.cr hack and the Dropbox data breach.

The cybercriminal is also allegedly selling 5,741,802 Yahoo accounts for $250 (0.2532 Bitcoins). Most of the accounts listed were allegedly disabled and appear to have been stolen from MySpace, Adobe and LinkedIn data breaches.

For both the Gmail and Yahoo accounts, the dark web vendor claims that not all the email and password combinations work directly, warning potential buyers to not expect them to match in all cases.

The data has reportedly been matched against those on popular data breach notification platforms such as Have I Been Pwned and Hacked-DB. However, the data has not been independently verified by IBTimes UK.

How to keep your data safe

Cybercrime ramped up to alarming levels last year, which also saw a slew of massive cyberattacks. Those concerned about keeping their accounts and data safe should incorporate safe security practices. In the event of a breach, or even a potential one, it is recommended that passwords be changed immediately. It's also essential that you not reuse passwords, instead use unique passwords for each of your accounts.

Author : Ashok
Source : https://www.yahoo.com/news/over-20-million-gmail-5-091238421.html

Published in Deep Web

Google’s AMP project is one of the organizations more productive and popular projects with regards to making the Internet a better place. The company has announced that it is expanding the same in Asia in partnership with Baidu, Sogou and Yahoo Japan, who will both be connecting directly to Accelerated Mobile Pages.

In case you have not been following the progress of the Internet, AMP or Accelerated Mobile Pages is Google’s framework for ensuring the creation of content that can load faster. Google first announced the project in 2015 and since then, has quietly been making many converts. It isn’t finding the task too difficult — after all, who wouldn’t want their websites to load faster?

Meanwhile, Google is now looking to make a push into the hitherto ignored (relatively of course) Asia Pacific. And towards the same it has partnered up with Baidu and Sogou — which together account for as much as 90 percent of the Chinese search market. The search engine giant announced the same at its first AMP developer conference held in NYC today morning.

Yahoo Japan, Baidu and Sogou are not the only companies to ahve entered into partnership with Google regarding AMP.  Bing, Pinterest and LinkedIn are only some of the other companies that have linked arms with the search engine giant. And there have been significant returns on investments as well.

Interestingly, the platform also saw the different and varied uses AMP can be put to. The framework when launched was aimed mainly towards content with the intent of making websites and articles faster. Why was this important? Well, consider all the effort Facebook has been putting into its platform so as to ensure that you can access articles even on slow Internet connections. Other websites obviously don’t intend to let Facebook have a  monopoly over such a thing and hence, comes AMP.

Meanwhile, Google also showed off a messaging application that was built using the AMP framework — illustrating the company’s point that the framework could be used for much, much more beyond making static, content-driven websites easier on the Internet. Google hasn’t really gone into these other potential uses yet and for all we know, the company will keep its focus on content websites for the near future. However, it is interesting to note the potential that is there.

Author : Mudit Mohilay

Source : https://thetechportal.com/2017/03/07/google-expands-accelerated-mobile-pages/

Published in Search Engine

Development of the net with regards to its services and functions as well as its reputation in the world today is often about the maximize with any passing day. The greater area of the world’s society is determined by the net since their important supply of facts. The online world has start new prospects especially in the section of exploration and knowledge and thru helping to make gain access to of data easier, time preserving and offered.typing essay Many web research interfaces are actually acquire to offer end users together with the spanning level or program to get information of the attention. These enginesare specially designed to help in choosing content on the internet, which suits a given criterion. The most common engines like google on the web incorporate google, Bing lookup and yahoo.

Yahoo and google is currently the most famous google search these days. It rose to prominence in 2001 and designed with characteristics that differentiated it using their company search engines like yahoo lifestyle out there. The success of Google and yahoo is dependent on the technique of the excitement on the web page link and also the PageRank, which makes searches much easier with google and yahoo. Great and attractive pages and posts connect with other web pages that refer to them where by other web sites and pages web page link to a particular webpage. This aids the major search engines to provide success based on the site url to other webpages. On the other hand, the interface because of popularity was copied by other businesses and therefore website crawlers adopted to locate neighborhoods in which the an algorithm criteria is used to look for and comply with hyperlinks to look for other webpages which backlink to the first.. How big the crawl provides the best results available with the ceaseless creeping and indexing to supply new success. Additionally, consumers have reassurance of good quality and significance of success, which ranking for many different queries.

Bing is owned by the Microsoft Firm and features its own differentiated options, which can make it tastes around other search engine listings. The aesthetic driven home-page of the major search engines makes all the surfing around expertise intriquing, notable and the information and research supplied within the website supply appealing information to your people. The page is much like desktop computer background, which interests individuals to preserve the website page being a home page. The place of linked searches is really a attribute that assists for making lookups effortless. The advances look for attribute will allow the use filtration system success to obtain the most relevant effects as well as the recently available lookups outlined beneath the hunt nightclub. Bing for that reason capitalizes on enhancing the people practical experience for the duration of exploring.

Yahoo is one other online search engine, which happens to be currently experiencing troubles with the market reveal. Its global recognition appear to be taking a downwards tendency and its at present operated by Bing. However, there are particular features of the major search engines, which proceed making it preferred and discern it from other individuals for example search engines and Bing. It offers compensated and organic and natural outcomes, which can be far more famous in comparison with other success given by other search engines like google. Even more, the attribute, which supplies far more alternatives with regards to looking help the people working experience in regards to seeking. It will allow internet browsers to find with domain and uncomplicated hunt of file styles. Once more, the photo look for aspect allows end users to filtration final results and check in line with the authorization form for the people searching for pictures just for utilize in a website.

In the debate, each one search results seems to be going when it comes to assuring their users provide an knowledge which is additional built-in, which merges look for and sociable jointly. The two small, and significant search engines like yahoo are based around ensuring they remain already in the market and raising their market reveal. For this reason, these are regularly wanting to better their characteristics allowing the doing of employment simpler and giving finest final results achievable.

Source : http://woonoptimaal.nl/kennisbank/analysis-paper-important-research-of-well-known-2

Published in Online Research
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