A new technique has been devised that lets you lock a Google search key to block ads, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The technique involves entering the password into an app, which will then unlock it, bypassing the Google search.
The key can then be used to sign into Google’s own web browser, and the search results will appear to show a “non-secure” link instead of the real one.
This technique, known as “locked Google search,” is not yet widely used, but the WSJ says that it’s worth checking out.
The tool, which works by using a password-protected app, has been used before to unlock Google search results.
A similar technique was used to unlock the keys of a number of other sites including Twitter and eBay.
Google Search, which currently displays ads in search results, is owned by Google.
The WSJ report cites a person familiar with the matter as saying the technique was being developed to unlock ads.
However, a spokesperson for Google said that the company “cannot comment on speculation.”
Google’s website is currently unavailable for users to view.