https //www.google.com/ gws_rd=ssl what does this mean How to remove [Solved]

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gws_rd=ssl, this is just the security certificate from google and there is nothing you can do, every day more and more sites will be https:// and will have some ssl in the url because this has to do with the way they are encrypting our information so hackers cannot see what we type while they sniff our connections.

I have to laugh at all the foreigners lying about what it really is. This is not good or right but watch them ALL LIE . I ve been trying to get rid of this for a long time. They wont tell you how to get rid of it because it does not serve their interest to do so.

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(gws-rd=ssl)What does this mean In general, what do you do

You probably have your home page set to http://www.google.co.uk/ or you arent specifying the protocol (http vs https) at all. Google has set up a redirection, so that if you navigate to the insecure (http) url, it automatically redirects to the secure (https) one and adds that url parameter for their own metrics (so they know how many times the redirection has occurred). If you update your browser homepage to https://www.google.co.uk,/ you wont see the extra url parameter anymore.

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