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Safe for work search (https://)

Would you like to add a safe search on the site?
I browse your site from the work and don't wish my boss will know what kind of porn I like.

For example Google already provide this feature for registered users. They use a https://

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    AdminNudevista Support (Admin, nudevista) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    under review  ·  AdminNudevista Support (Admin, nudevista) responded  · 

    We see that the idea got some support.

    Though, adding the HTTPS doesn’t completely solves the safe search issue.

    If we will add HTTPS:// on the site, it won’t be possible to see what you have looked for on NudeVista, but all outgoing links will still be accessible in the logs, unfortunately.

    For example, the logs of your activity for usual non-safe HTTP:// protocol:
    http://www.nudevista.com/
    http://www.nudevista.com/?t=babes&s=t
    http://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php?viewkey=520919700
    http://www.nudevista.com/?t=facial&s=t
    http://xhamster.com/movies/991198/facial_paste_vol.5.html

    The same acitivity under HTTPS:// (safe search) will look like this:
    https://www.nudevista.com/
    https://www.nudevista.com/
    http://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php?viewkey=520919700
    https://www.nudevista.com/
    http://xhamster.com/movies/991198/facial_paste_vol.5.html

    Keeping these things in mind, we find this HTTPS function kind of useless, because it’s still possible to find what you are watching on the tube sites that we are linking to.

    If you have other considerations, please let us know!

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        You can use https://letsencrypt.org/ when it's available. It's free and it would be nice to start somewhere. If you use https maybe others follow:)

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