The downloads have been steadily increasing for G-Zapper. Apparently, many users are concerned about the privacy of their search terms when using the popular search engine Google.
The latest version of G-Zapper now reads the Google cookie installed on your PC to determine the date Google installed it, along with the number of days your searches have been tracked since last deleting the cookie.
G-Zapper decodes the following entries in the Google cookie:
Description: This is your unique Google ID. It is used to link your search terms to an IP address, effectively allowing Google to record your searches and link them to you.
Description: This is the encoded date Google installed the cookie on your PC.
Description: This is the encoded date you last saved preferences on Google's site.
Description: Unknown at this time.
Remaining cookie data is believed to be Google preferences. Still of curiosity is the expiration date of the cookie, which is set for 2038.