Method I —– Using Google Server IP
Yeps, this is the most simple Method to use Google and gain access to Google search results without letting google track and using SSL , you can get the Geo-Specific Google Server IP for your location too, The Process is very Simple as follows
- Open Command Prompt [For Windows users] or Terminal [For Linux and Mac users] and simply type the command “ping google.com” and hit enter, you will get a message as “pinging google.com (google server ip) with xx data” check the below screenshot for information.
- Here the IP contained in the brackets is the Google Server IP , now simply enter this IP in your browser and hit enter ! and voila !
- You are now able to access Google without https and without traceability , you can yourself check that even if you are logged on/signed in on “google.com” you are logged off/signed out on the Google Server IP Page :). Thus preventing the Google Server from tracking you and your search
- Also, you can check for previously searched queries, they always disappear Check the below Screenshot for live demo of the same –>
- As you can see in the above Screenshot i have used the Google IP from the ping command and using it for searching , The Google Server IP which i used was , you can obtain yourself IP or can use anyone from the range 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52 , tested by me i.e total 80*255 IPS but may be the number is even more :) You can try urself and get your own Google Server IP for personal use
Method 2 – Appending ?nord=1 at end of Google Search
- This is yet another method for using non https version of Google Search but unlike the previous method it doesn’t completely prevent Google from tracking your results.
- But this method is quite useful especially in slower network connections or restricted networks where https doesn’t work properly . You can visit the non-https version of ?nord by Visiting here – http://www.google.com/?nord=1