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Good afternoon. Could not, in the next version of my favorite browser to implement a google search, not only through the protocol HTTPs, but a normal HTTP - can be done somewhere in the settings of choice at the discretion of the user. For example, in Chrome - Google as embodied in other browser too. Explain why it is not convenient to the absence of the browser: in many corporations closed and HTTPs protocol to use Firefox is not possible because of lack of support search via HTTP to google.com. Please note this desire in the next version of Firefox
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hello, google is redirecting all search-users onto an encrypted connection on the server side lately, so there is not much a browser can do to change that: http://googlesystem.blogspot.co.at/2013/09/google-encrypted-search-for-everyone.html
I know that the corporation does Google redirect all search requests to HTTPs. But using the Safari browser can not properly use the HTTP protocol and use the search engine Google. I do not want to deny the benefit of Safari in the office, I want to use Firefox. I'd love to see a solution to this problem in the browser Firefox. HTTPs protocol is disabled at all - because it uses skype, which is banned in the office. Please help solve the problem.