A power user wouldn't use anything else.
>>70560412>A challenger appearsSearX never seems to give me useful results
>2019Not using Qwant
Spidering the web myself with zmap
>>70560412start page is also pretty dope>>70560524this has to be bait
zmap -p 80 -r 10000 | zgrab --port 80 --http="/" 2>/dev/null | grep -Ei "(search term 1|search term 2|search term 3)" >results.jsonIf you trust any third party with your searches, you don't belong on /g/
>>70560412>not using bing
>>70560412use all of the "big 4" search engines semi equally ( thats not including google too much if at all )
>>70560548Don't run this command, it has made my computer sentient and it's now hunting me.
>>70560447>>70560494>>70560524>>70560568>>70560601searx uses them all. It's just a meta search engine.
>>70560412I used to use searx to ui and results turned me off so I went back to startpage
>>70560412>google search failed (captcha required)Everyday.
starpgage has the worst results of literally any search engine in existence.
>>70561074not a good one imho
>>70560447>literally PAYS google for their results>still somehow 10 times shitter than google's resultsLOL
>>70560412I tried it, its too slow. I just use Startpage for the Google results
>>70560548that would find you only nonsense that is served over webserver's IP and you can already use shodan for thatyou would need actual domain names and lot of resources to do it in any meaningful timewithout domain names you cannot really do it
>>70562123Except you're not actually getting google results. You're getting gimped results.
>2019 and not using your own search engine
>>705624124098 and not using your brain cybernetics custom brain search engine
>>70560412I see DuckDuckGo and Startpage weren't contrarian enough for you guys anymore
>>70560601That's what searx does if you run it locally.
>>70560412who actually cares
searx is terrible for images
Bing gives you the CP images contained in closed honeypot sites, pretty good.
>>70562096> being this dim
I think you actually need to use more than one search engines because some actually include stuff that not even Google has.
>>70562374> wanting google to track youare you okay? do you have brain damage?
What about qwant?
is there a way of set searx as default engine on google chrome?
>>70563825It should let you in the search section of the settings unless google went full botnet
>>70562630That's actually horrifying. Your IP is sent to 3rd party servers when viewing search engine images, afaik.
>>70564377I'm on like 3 or 4 CP honeypots by now, but I don't actually cheese mongle
>>70560412>A power user wouldn't use anything else.>error retrieving results: captcha requiredif everything power user does is cope, I agree.
>>70564486use another instance of searx you downie
>>70563895fucking hell I'm autistic af but finally figured it out.
>>70564543It's not really possible to prevent this. I tried quite a lot with filtron and banning spamming faggots without success. google just keeps banning your instance.>use another instance of searxThat's also not a really good idea. You need to trust the instance because every instance could log all your search queries and your IP.
>>70565269>>70564625If you're using .me find another instance.
>>70567207They all fail. And it's a poor solution when you use it as a search engine in omnibar on right click for example.I like searx, I want to use it. I tried. Make it work flawlessly and I will use it.
>search "weather">No weatherFuck this shit search engine
>>70567220I agree. I use Gooble when it doesn't return decent results. I'd love to self-host from a remote but that's pretty much retarded.
>>70562590This. I have a searx instance of choice as my default search engine - and you have to look around a bit or setup one up yourself to avoid noob problems like>>70564486>>70565269but I don't use it for images. No instance I've tried comes close to yandex and bing for image-searches. On a much, much more general note, I can't say I really like searx as a technology. A site censored by the big search-engines doesn't exist, it doesn't and can't solve that particular problem. Something like YaCy but better (YaCy is quite useless) would be preferable.
>>70562096where do they get the money to pay google?where do they get the money for server costs?
>>70567366advertisements, where else? it's a simple model, get two pennies per pageview from advertisements & pay google one penny per search-results. I have no idea what amounts are actually involved but that's essentially their model.server-costs aren't all that, btw. I'm guessing startpage pays less for server than they do for their staff.
>>70562446lmao bang on
>>70562193>you can already use shodan for thatusing shodan shares the search terms with a third partyyou lose
>>70562193just check whatever the rDNS is and then check that for a potential site
>>70566153>You need to trust the instance because every instance could log all your search queries and your IP.You're supposed to use Tor.
>>70560447Based start page