QuickSearch.js – Shortwave for the Paranoid
The problem with all of these tools is the lack of an anonymity. As soon as you want to define your own commands, you’ll have to create an account (YubNub or PL Cmdline), or even upload a file somewhere on your webspace and tell the app the location of this file every time you search for something (Shortwave). So in theory, every search you do through one of these tools can be logged by the website and traced back to you.
quicksearch.js for the lack of creativity.
You can create your own quicksearch.js with all the commands you want, upload it anywhere and enter the URL of your uploaded
quicksearch.js in the following form to create your bookmarklet.
If you don’t need any additional commands, you can also just use the
quicksearch.js from my Server.
Your Bookmarklet: QuickSearch
Again, all the forwarding to the destination URL happens on the client side in the