crapsearch project enhances privacy by polling targeted Web search engines with random search terms. It does not flood search engines, but can help disguise your real search habits and prevent the creation of meaningful search logs and user tracking.
It uses local dictionaries, personal favorite lists, and Web news as sources for random search terms. crapsearch also takes a little care to make differentiation from your real browser (and therefore real searches) difficult.
What's New in This Release:
· The option to log all random search queries has been added.
· Referrers are now sent with requests, and query words are lowercased and more randomly selected.
· Multiple search result pages are now fetched occasionally, and the code has been restructured.
· A few bugfixes have been applied.