Today, I came across an interesting website called This site serves as a directory for public instances of SearXNG, a privacy-focused metasearch engine.

SearXNG allows users to search multiple engines like Google, Bing, and others from a single interface. It does not track or profile users. What makes useful is that it tracks the availability and status of many public SearXNG instances. This can help users find a responsive instance when certain search providers block others.

The site is updated regularly with the latest information on over 70+ public SearXNG instances. It provides details like the version, response times, country location, and more. This allows users to evaluate different instances to find the best option for their needs.

The source code for is available on GitHub as well. Overall, it seems like a handy resource for anyone looking to leverage the privacy benefits of SearXNG without self-hosting.

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