Posted by Business Insider Australia on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 11:59:51Google has quietly updated its search engine to use a new, more secure algorithm, which will be used to search for the words “solver” and “captcha” in the upcoming financial year.
In the new algorithm, Google has created a “tag” that will be applied to any search result, such as “solvers”, “captchas” or “capturing”.
The tag will be based on a combination of information from Google’s search engine and other sources, including information about the user.
The search engine will then match the result with a search string of the same name, followed by the tag’s subject.
A Google spokesperson said that this new search algorithm is only used for searches that are “top-ranked” by Google, and that “it’s the first time we’re using a more secure method for searching”.
The new algorithm will be rolled out across the company’s search and product results pages in 2018, which include “stocks”, “books”, “products”, “cars” and other related terms.
This is a big change from the way the search engine has traditionally handled its content, which was often highly filtered and difficult to navigate.
It will also be a big step for Google to bring its algorithms into the mainstream, as many have warned about privacy risks of using a system like this.